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Apple has recently released two new iPhone 6s commercials called “Ridiculously Powerful” and “Hey Siri”. Both short ads are part of Apple’s "The only thing that's changed is everything" campaign. They focus our attention on the latest smartphone manufactured by Apple and reveal its key features that may be used for performing a wide range of tasks. The commercials are available on Apple’s official YouTube channel as well as on our website. Enjoy!
Apple has just released a new commercial entitled Someday At Christmas featuring Stevie Wonder Andra Day. The 90-second video shows Wonder and his family members as well as Andra Day singing a song from 1967 called "Someday At Christmas".
The short commercial is available either below, or on Apple’s official YouTube channel, so you can watch it anytime.
It is Sunday today, so I think it is time for me to tell you about the most interesting articles we have published on our website during the past couple of days. Most of the posts deal with Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the stylus designed to work this device called the Apple Pencil. There are also some articles that tell us about the next-generation iPhone 7 and its specs, as well as about the widely-rumored 4-inch iPhone, which may be released in the second quarter of 2016.
As it was already mentioned on our website, the iPad Pro went on sale on November 11th. Together with this device, Apple released one smart accessory targeted at designers, photographers and all those who plan to use the 12.9-inch tablet for work. This accessory is called the Apple Pencil and this is a stylus capable of functioning on the 3D Touch display of the large tablet.
The Apple Pencil is equipped with a Lightning connector for charging and this is probably the weakest component of the device that can be easily broken by neglectful users while being on charge. At least you might think so.
Ahead of the official start of iPad Pro pre-orders in as many as 40 countries of the world on Wednesday, November 11th, Apple has released a new commercial showcasing the 12.9-inch tablet. The short ad is available either below or on Apple’s YouTube channel, so you can watch it right now.
As it was reported earlier this week, Apple may be planning to change its usual product update cycle and release new iPhones much earlier than in September of 2016. In particular, a smaller 4-inch iPhone may be released in the first or second quarter of the next year and the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with new A10 processors as well as 2GB and 3GB of RAM respectively may be unveiled in June or July.
The design of new Apple-branded smartphones remains unknown and this allowed the SET Solution experts to create a beautiful and quite realistic iPhone 6c concept. The video demonstrating the colorful device made of high-quality plastic is available either below, or on SET Solution’s official YouTube channel. Take a look.
Apple has recently released three new iPhone 6s commercials highlighting new features and improvements added to the handset. In particular, the ads demonstrate the latest tweaks added to Apple’s virtual assistant called Siri and the enhancements of the camera of the iPhone 6s that now captures Live Photos and shots videos in 4K.
As you know, Apple is currently working on the construction of the new ‘spaceship’ campus. The new headquarters is expected to open its doors to about 13,000 employees by the end of the next year. With this thing in mind, it’s not strange that the construction workers building the Campus 2 are doing their job incredibly fast.
As the long-awaited Apple Watch continues to appear at the stores in new countries, the company has released a series of new commercials showcasing the wearable device and its features.
In particular, the ads, which are available either on Apple’s official YouTube channel, or below, demonstrate such features as messaging, fitness, Maps and Apple Pay.
As you know, both iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are equipped with 2GB of RAM. Even though the edition of an extra gigabyte of RAM seems to be quite inconspicuous while navigating through the menu of new phones, opening default apps and using basic features like calling, sending messages or reading emails, in fact this additional gigabyte of memory completely changes the way you browse in Safari. Literally.
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A new and a very interesting video has recently appeared on the Internet. It shows the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus undergoing water resistance test. Although new handsets are not water-resistant officially, looks like Apple has improved something to make them survive when dropped in the sink.
The video is available either below, or on YouTube.
First lucky customers in the selected countries begin to receive their pre-ordered iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus units and post first unboxing videos, drop tests and bend tests of the recently-launched devices. We have chosen a number of the most interesting clips and decided to share them with you. The videos are available below, so you can take a look right now.
The first clip comes from a YouTube user nicknamed Lachlan Likes A Thing. Since it’s an unboxing video, we can see how the iPhone 6s retail packaging looks like and what accessories come with the new iPhone.
Apple remains top U.S. smartphone manufacturer. According to the latest report from a research firm comScore, the market share of the company from Cupertino was equal to 44.2% during the period of three months ending in July. Such vendors as Samsung, LG, Motorola and HTC occupy the places in the top-five list.
I’ve got some good news for music fans. Apple has just released two new Apple Music ads featuring featuring The Weeknd and John Travolta. Well, actually these are not two separate clips, but a two-part commercial with single theme and message. The ad was first shown to public on Sunday night during the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. Currently it is available on Apple’s official YouTube channel and below. Take a look and let me know what you think about the commercial.
Apple has recently released a new iPhone commercial devoted to Apple Pay. The latest video is a part of the campaign called "If it's not an iPhone, it's not an iPhone". It is available either on Apple’s official YouTube channel, or below.