Apple Runs iPhone 6s Commercial Focused on 3D Touch

Oct 15, 2015 - 1 Comment

iPhone 6s 3d Touch commercial

Apple has introduced a new iPhone 6s commercial called “3D Touch”, appropriately named given the emphasis on the 3D Touch feature of the devices screen.

The advertisement is airing now on primetime television, if you’ve been watching football you likely saw it already, but it has also been embedded below for easy viewing.

The narration to the commercial is conversational and somewhat playful, focusing on what you can do with the 3D Touch screens peek and pop abilities throughout iPhone 6s interactions.

This is iPhone 6s. Not much has changed. Except it feels different. Now you press lightly to peek and deeper to pop. It changes how easily you can peek a flight, check a post, search for dinner. Oh you guys are going to love that place. You can find a getaway easier. Yeah go there. And find music easier. Wait are you listening to your own song? So pretty much everything you do feels different and that’s what’s changed.

The TV advertisement is the second for iPhone 6s, the first, which has a similar conversational theme and voiceover, originally airing during the unveiling of the iPhone 6s event in September.

And other Apple commercials.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in News

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  1. Dick Warner says:

    Do you have any fixes for the Photos from iPhones and cameras connected via USB not appearing for import into photos in El Capitan? My camera and iPhone(5) show as connected devices in Photos, but no photos appear. I have been able to import photos from the camera by inserting its SD card, but of course that is not possible with the iPhone.
    I prefer NOT to use iCloud.

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