Apple has posted on its YouTube channel all the videos shown during the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch launch, which also includes a new video halfway between a mission statement and an ode to those who think differently (their words, not mine) like last year’s and U2’s announcement of the release of its new album exclusively for iTunes users.
If you have had as many problems as we have to follow the presentation live and would like to go straight to the point to give a visual review of the latest news about the apple, you are in luck. Unlike Apple’s website, YouTube is as fine as a Swiss watch.
“Here are for those who have always seen things differently” . Even better than the WWDC 2013 video, both because of how well spun the idea is with its development, and because it is done physically rather than through computer graphics.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Seen like this it definitely looks much nicer than those blurry pictures of me with a bad lighting from all the leaks we’ve had during the last weeks, don’t you think?
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake give their voices to the first two iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus ads. The first one is funny although I find the second one a bit irritating, actually.
As it could not be otherwise, it is Jony Ive who accompanies us on the tour of the design of the new phones on the block. Dan Riccio , Apple’s vice president of hardware engineering, takes over to tell us about the Retina HD display and the A8 chip, followed by Greg Joswiak , vice president of marketing for iPhone and iOS products, in charge of telling us about the virtues of the new camera, the ApplePay payment platform, or the improvements in connectivity.
The first video you need to see of the Apple clock is the same one that was first shown to the world at today’s presentation. Beautiful. A very successful fusion of technology and jewelry that promises to convince me to wear a watch on my wrist again… even if it’s not to look at the time precisely. By the way, the variety of styles combining the straps and bodies available is overwhelming.
Next, the corresponding presentation of the Apple Watch in full detail by Jony Ive, this time alone.
And finally, the Apple Watch, an enlightening advertisement with the watch on the wrist of its future users, focusing on how it can help us improve our health and fitness.
Closing the presentation, after the live performance of U2 and the surprise they had prepared for us, the announcement with which they are going to make sure that everyone knows about it.