Apple today continues its ad campaign focusing on features of portrait mode and depth control on the iPhone XR and XS. The last ad is called "Alejandro" and focuses on using Depth Control to remove some from the background of an image.
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Today's ad focuses on a jealous significant other who apparently uses Depth Control to remove another person from a portrait mode image. Apple touts like Deepth Control lets you eradicate people in the background to "get your portraits right."
Depth control on the iPhone XS and iPhone XR lets you adjust the depth of field before or after shooting. So you can blur who's in the background to get your portraits right.
Last week, Apple showed depth control with a comic iPhone XR ad that found a mother asking why she had become "bokeh" out of a picture. These recent iPhone XR ads are certainly a new style for Apple, even though they do a great job of highlighting the camera features of the iPhone XR and iPhone XS.
See the ad below and let us know what you think about it in the comments.
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