Apple is the topic of conversation in a playful way at Until Here† The program has written a song especially for André van Duin.
Until Here has been a hit in the Netherlands for many years now. In the show, comedians Jeroen Woe and Niels van der Laan go through the news of the week in a funny way. This time, the two focus on Apple. They make jokes about Apple’s special ‘adapters’ that they think are too expensive and they come up with a special song.
A universal charger for all devices
You probably heard it last week: the European Union wants only one charging cable to be used by all manufacturers of telephones and other small devices. From the fall of 2024, USB-C should become the standard. Besides avoiding cable clutter, the environment is also a reason for the EU. Because consumers need fewer cables, there is also less waste. For the gentlemen of Until Here is the ideal input for a song.
In Until Here a well-known artist performs weekly. To the melody of his song, Van der Laan and Woe make a new text that is in line with current events. This week, the two discussed the tangle of charging cables and its end. In it they mock all makers of phones and other devices, but the two mainly talked about Apple.
André van Duin in Even Until Hier
This week it was André van Duin’s turn. He recorded a new version of . for the show A bolt and a nut and a screw and a nipple. It is a special performance by the comedian, because he is in the picture no less than four times.
The reactions to André van Duin’s performance in Until Here are positive. Compliments to the makers are pouring in on Twitter. You have already seen the fragment of the performance above. The entire broadcast can be found on NPO Start.
Another fantastic broadcast from #eventothier and great that André van Duin participated
— Diana Winder (@DianaWinder) June 12, 2022
— Remco (@Topdob11) June 12, 2022
Andre van Duin at Just Until Here. The TV is ready and played, everyone can go home. Well played everyone. #eventothier
— Chris, just a pride🐑 (@ChrisdeR80) June 12, 2022
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