Apple new ads highlight iPhone 6S Hey Siri and other improvements

Apple seems running an active promotional campaign as we got two new ads from highlighting various features of its iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. Apple’s new ads focus the features of the Hey Siri and the improved performance of both devices. These new ads came out just after the new holiday ad released a week back. Here let’s explore both new ads and the features they highlight.

First ad, entitled as ‘Hey Siri’ is focused on the improved experience that you can get out of the Siri, Apple’s personal assistant app. Though we have discussed the Siri alone for a number of times but here in this ad Apple shows the Siri running on the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus, highlighting various features of the Siri with the real touch of the much appreciated devices.

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In the ad you can find different features of the Siri where the personal assistant app is performing various tasks efficiently. It shows its various uses like asking Hey Siri for restaurants or other places. Also you can find Siri responding to trivia questions, playing songs and much more. You will also find the common apple tagline saying, the only thing that is changed is everything.

After the Hey Siri ad there is the second one entitled as ‘Ridiculously Powerful’ as its title suggests the ad is truly about its outstanding performance. The ad is one minute long and not lengthy enough when compared with the performance of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus. The ad shows a number of third party apps that runs smoothly on the devices to explain the level of performance you can achieve on your iPhone. The ad also covers the impacts of the A9 chipset build in to the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus.

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