Maybe less is more
I find myself agreeing with Dazzer but maybe not for the same reasons. It is insane to suggest you do not pay any attention to adverts. Of course you do. That is one of the ways you find new out about new products that you are interested in. It is almost certainly the way you find new suppliers for those products.
However, I do agree that you do not need advertising on every conceivable surface, whether it be real or virtual. Ultimately the amount you can spend on anything is limited by your income and budget and even if every purchasing decision you made was influenced by advertising, economics would still mean that advertising could only be a tiny proportion of the overall economy.
So where to draw the line? Well, advertisers need to make people aware of their products and yes that does require a variety of channels in which to do that. But there is no need to go beyond simple awareness - that could even be counterproductive. I am sure many more potential customers of the iPhone are aware of its limitations than would be the case without the marketing hyperbole, for instance.
So, say advertising is restricted to TV, radio, billboards, newspapers and magazines and maybe a few other media. It would still be the case that it would be impossible to avoid but potential customers would not be annoyed by rampant commercialism where ever they go. I find it particularly annoying when advertising is on top of services I have already paid for - that is charging me twice. So if I buy a game, I do not expect to be indirectly charged on top of the purchase price through constant exposure to advertising.