Apple’s new iPhone ad reinforces privacy-first message

Apple this morning shared a new advertisement through its official YouTube channel, and it’s about the iPhone, privacy and poking fun at rivals.

While it’s hardly the company’s first privacy-focused iPhone commercial, the new 60-second video is amusing in depicting random people in public places telling the person next to them private information, like the fact they’ve been browsing for a divorce attorney or using the same email address to login for everything. The ad is a subtle dig at competitors because it’s implied that only the iPhone offers the highest privacy protections in a smartphone.

“Some things shouldn’t be shared,” reads the tagline. “iPhone keeps it that way.”

And here it is.

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“Some things shouldn’t be shared,” reads the feature’s description. “That’s why iPhone is designed to help give you control over your information and protect your privacy.”

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