Apple's latest commercials focus on FaceTime and AirPlay

Summary:Apple has released two new 'If you don't have an iPhone' commercials, this time focusing on FaceTime and AirPlay.

Apple has released two new 'If you don't have an iPhone' commercials, this time focusing on FaceTime and AirPlay.

The FaceTime ad is kinda clever because not only does it push iPhones, but also Macs and iPads, and iPhone to Mac and iPhone to iPad FaceTime calling is demoed.

The AirPlay ad shows prospective iPhone owners (and I suppose those who already own one but haven't experimented much with it) how they can use their iOS device to play music on their stereo and show photos and video on their Apple TV-enabled TV (again, you didn't think this commercial would only be pushing one Apple device, did you?).

As always, these ads contains small print. FaceTime needs WiFi and AirPlay needs WiFi and an AirPlay-enabled device.

Topics: Apple

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