Check out the first ad for the Apple iPhone 6s and five other Apple videos related to today's event

Check out the first ad for the Apple iPhone 6s and five other Apple videos related to today's event
Apple has released a slew of videos following its media event that took place today. One of the videos shows the first ad for the Apple iPhone 6s. "This is the iPhone 6s. Not much has changed," says the voice over announcer, "except it responds to the pressure of your finger so you can peek into stuff and pop stuff open." Of course, the ad goes into all of the things that have changed such as the different ways that 3D Touch can make using your iPhone easier. Also mentioned is the ability of the iPhone 6s to shoot 4K video, and the "Hey Siri" phrase that opens the virtual assistant hands-free and unplugged.The ad's tagline? "The only thing that's changed is everything."

Other videos included below include a trio narrated by Jony Ive for the Apple iPhone 6s, the Apple iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil. Apple's design chief has become the voice of the company, and it is a tradition by now to hear him going over the features of new Apple products.

There also is a couple of other "Reveal" videos produced by Apple. These are not narrated, but allow you to check out the new iPhone 6s in that luscious Rose Gold color, and the new Apple iPad Pro.

Click on the video slideshow below to view all of the new videos!

source: Apple (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6)



1. ThePython

Posts: 902; Member since: May 08, 2013

The "Nothing Has Changed" one is a big shut the f up to all trolls. 3D touch looks awesome.

8. rd_nest

Posts: 1656; Member since: Jun 06, 2010

What's next?....The iPhone Edge??

9. engineer-1701d unregistered

i like the windows preview like on bing when you hover over a video or something and samsungs hover to see whats in it from 2 years ago. i like it if it only was not apple no icloud, itunes, ipassport and i message and i crap boss just updated his phone today and i had to show him how because apple makes it so f ing hard to update software. apples on the right track now i would say

2. JMartin22

Posts: 2379; Member since: Apr 30, 2013

I am not sold with the new iPhones at least. The biggest changes come in the CPU and graphics processors, which is really nice, but it seems largely too incremental to consider switching my Note 5 over. The 3D Touch seems novel, but nice, it reminds me of Samsungs Air View that they debuted 2 years ago on the Galaxy S4. The camera seems to trade pixel size for megapixel count and it still uses the same aperture. I'm just not seeing too great of a reason to switch over. Battery life is even rated the same.

3. gaming64 unregistered

TBH, I am quite disappointed with Apple this year. The only product I find worthy now is the 6s Plus and the Mini 4.

4. darkkjedii

Posts: 31529; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

3D touch is friggin awesome, that is a killer feature plain and simple. The iPad pro looks simply astonishing. What the heck is up with Apple pencil being an accessory, it should be included with the purchase (S-Pen). Has anyone confirmed the amount of RAM, split view, slide over, and a picture and picture?

5. EC112987

Posts: 1216; Member since: Nov 10, 2014

Most articles are reporting the same 1gb of ram and same battery so idk but I will upgrading for the more storage.

6. darkkjedii

Posts: 31529; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

if that's true, I'm disappointed bro

7. EC112987

Posts: 1216; Member since: Nov 10, 2014

I'm sure many are I never used the ipad air 2 so I can't say I will need the multitasking but I do want a bigger screen as well so ill be trading in my iPhone 6

10. engineer-1701d unregistered

i agree i think its gonna take a few months of trial and error on peoples part, getting the pressure correct.

12. mattkl

Posts: 255; Member since: Feb 01, 2010

Dude 3d touch looks amazing! Hope this feature gets licensed/stolen by everyone soon. Although that taptic engine looks power hungry, but may be no more than the standard.

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