Apple has released four more videos in its “iPhone Can Do What?” series, promoting Find My iPhone, Apple Pay Cash, the device’s Dual SIM capabilities, and the A12 Bionic chip that powers the device.
The video foursome were pushed to Apple’s YouTube page this afternoon, and follow the same style as previous promo videos that have been published over the last two weeks. Each 15-second video offers a quick look at how each highlighted feature performs.
In “A chip that lets you work and play faster,” Apple highlights the A12 Bionic chip that powers the company’s flagship devices, the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR.
“Find a missing device” shows off the ‘Find my iPhone’ app which can be used to find other missing devices and accessories, such as a pair of AirPods.
“Send and receive money through iMessage with Apple Pay on iPhone” lays out the steps to use Apple Pay Cash to pay a contact through iMessage.
“Have two phone numbers on iPhone,” shows how easy it is to switch between the device’s primary and secondary lines in the dialer app. Current iPhones can use a traditional SIM card alongside an eSIM, allowing two lines to be used through a single device. Perhaps using one line for personal purposes, while using the second for business.