A nine minute running time, a parody of Apple specifically, and tech companies in general, and a great use of large scale sets and real water/snow effects. This already had several amazing things going for it, but the great cinematography and progression of the story just made it that much better.
I could write a much longer review, but this really doesn't need it.
Sure, some of the animation could be better, but you also make use of some unusual and fun movements to give each person some extra life and character. So many animators use just one style and every figure moves basically the same, but you've gone above and beyond that, showing your attention to little details and things most people don't catch.
The story seems a bit random and odd the first time through, but later viewings show the genius that was put into this. The parallels between earlier and later shots. (0:52 and 5:33 with the final scene, for example) The random interrupting ads that appear to not have any connection to anything, only later to reveal key elements to the story, and the mocking of the usually blindly praised Apple is a nice relief from the norm.
The voice acting is good, and the "Steve Jobs" character sounds perfect for a tech presentator.
Sure, it has a few flaws, but it's a pretty sweet film. Great job!