Apple highlights its device software in new ad
Many advertisements created by Apple, throughout its history, have earned a place among the best of all time. And it is that if the company has shown something, it is that it knows how to express itself perfectly with this type of content. Thus, and after a week rich in novelties, Apple presented a new video that highlights the qualities of its products in a new context.
This final episode, titled “Escape from the Office”, arrived to complete a kind of spontaneous trilogy started in 2019 with “Apple at Work” and continued in 2020 with “The Underdogs”. The first highlighted the advantages of the iPad for business users, the second presented working from home and the second talk about entrepreneurship.
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Now, the group of employees decides to leave the company where they work to found their own startup. As his first project, The Underdogs want to create a “gusseted bag” which must be stronger and more environmentally friendly use two normal bags.
This latest installment also shares the limelight with the possible actions of Apple devices, such as share Wi-Fi passwords via AirDrop, Group FaceTime, hands-free Siri and advanced ARthe video also promotes the new Apple Business Essentials platformthat combines device management, 24/7 support, and enterprise storage iCloud for businesses up to 500 employees.
Apple, which also currently has its own streaming platform, took the opportunity to make some references to its most popular series Ted Lasso. At the end of the story, the startup succeeds in creating the “BetterBag”, which catches the attention of its former boss, or so he thinks.
Equipment, Apple software and services work together to give your employees the power and flexibility to do whatever it takes, whether you’re running a new, expanded or global business. And they’re the perfect ally for four former teammates to turn a brilliant idea into a booming small business with the power of Apple.
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