‘Privacy matters’ in Apple’s latest iPhone ad

Privacy is always a big part of Apple's marketing, and the company is bringing it back to home with the latest iPhone ads that boldly declare "privacy". It is the iPhone. " MacRumors .

" If privacy is an issue, life is important to the phone. "Advertising messages can be used to override various privacy-related scenarios, such as" From curtains, locks.

A similar approach to giant billboards purchased at CES 2019 earlier this year is across the street from competitors like Google, saying "What's happening on the iPhone and it's on the iPhone."

Of course There is also a period of advertising that focuses on Apple's new privacy, just a few weeks after the FaceTime bug has made it possible for anyone to make phone calls through the Apple platform, which has since been patched, The black eye of the company that Apple is eager for through this new campaign is clearly a big priority.

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