Check out the latest ad spot where the iPhone 11 Pro is bombardd with everything from groceries to toys – and of course cake! Still from an advertisement for the iPhone 11 Pro’s withstand so many hits by various objects? The new advertisement promoting the iPhone 11 Pro shows that yes … Apple has finally regaind its distance and in the latest video begins to show the functions of its equipment with a grain of salt and a moderate dose of good humor. Apple has releasd two new iPhone 11 Pro spots, both of which show the phone can be exposd to more close contact with a variety of objects than any other phone.
On How Durable the
The first ad ( It’s tough out there ), which you can watch below, focuses solely iPhone 11 Pro is, supposely able to withstand close contact with everyday objects – even thrown in a fast wind tunnel. First, toys (small green soldiers) or groceries (including small Falkland Islands and Malvinas Email List Brussels sprouts or a whole head of lettuce) hit the iPhone, none of which seem heavy or sharp enough to damage the phone. There are a lot of strange things among the items flying straight at the iPhone – try to catch them! There are hair rollers, crdit and gaming cards, clothes, lipsticks, brushes, fruits and vegetables, yellow ducklings and much more! Also read: iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 available to everyone from.
Objects Hit the Phone
September 19 and 30 With every minute of the spot, more and more dangerous – the iPhone is harmless to ice cubes or a hairbrush that bounces off the back of the smartphone – all without leaving scratches, of course. In addition, a huge wdding cake falls on the phone from above, and then everything is washd away with a jet of water under pressure. Apple makes it CE Leads clear that you should worry more about the wdding cake than the condition of the latest iPhone … The second ad (titld Triple-camera system) focuses on the capabilities of a powerful but not-so-beautiful triple-lens camera , whose capabilities are use by a sleek, long-haird dog that poses in the same wind tunnel.