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Apple’s New ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Ad Highlights Video Recording Capabilities of iPhone 7

Apple’s New ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Ad Highlights Video Recording Capabilities of iPhone 7

Apple’s latest iPhone 7 ad has been posted to its YouTube channel, and highlights the video recording features of the handset.

Apple's New 'Romeo and Juliet' Ad Highlights Video Recording Capabilities of iPhone 7

The ad, entitled “Romeo and Juliet,” shows two children in the main roles of Shakespeare’s classic play, against a realistic setting. The camera eventually pans out, showing the scene is being seen through the eyes of a proud Dad who is recording a school play, using his iPhone 7. The video ends with the tagline: “Your movies look like movies on iPhone 7. Practically Magic.”

The ad is meant to promote the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets, which both feature 12-megapixel high-speed sensors, new image processors, optical image stabilization, and more.

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