Apple has released two new ads for the iPhone 11 Pro, both show the phone stands to be worse than the phones you should have received.
The first announcement will only focus on how strongly the iPhone 11 Pro can withstand everyday items as it enters a fast-moving air travel. First, when children throw toys and food (including the head of a green leafy lettuce), none of them will be able to break the wire.
Things get louder, after reading, and the ice cubes and hair brushes that shoot the iPhone 11 Pro – all in all, without leaving a dent. To top it all off, the wedding cake is spread over the wire, after which the pouring cleans everything. Maybe I was the only one, but at the time, I thought I would have a lot more thought about my wedding cake screen than the look of my iPhone.
The second panel focuses on the capabilities of the phone’s three-color camera system, and the soft, long-haired dog is still the subject of camera air.
This article does a great job of educating viewers about the differences between the iPhone 11 Pro from the classics (phone calls, standard, wide-screen). But the highlight is the Night mode, and the results of the announcement are just as impressive as the show Apple unveiled on stage at its hardware event earlier this week.
The iPhone 11 Pro is now available on-demand and he is in stores on September 20th.