New IPhone 6S Ad Features Jamie Foxx And 3D Touch

Posted: Oct 16 2015, 3:11am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 16 2015, 3:13am CDT , in Apple

New iPhone 6S Ad features Jamie Foxx and 3D Touch

Apple released a new iPhone 6S commercial with a cameo of Jamie Foxx.

There is a new iPhone 6S commercial out. This time Apple explains the new 3D Touch feature in various usage scenarios. In the example how 3D Touch helps to find music easier, Academy Award winning Hollywood actor Jamie Foxx appears.

Multi-talented Foxx is shown listening to a song from latest album "Hollywood: A Story Of A Dozen Roses" that debuted on number 10 on the Billboard album charts when it can out in May. Why Apple decided to feature Jamie Foxx is unclear. His appearance adds a bit of comedy to the new iPhone 6S commercial. The new iPhone 6S 3D Touch ad is the second iPhone 6S commercial. The first one was released at launch of the new iPhone.

3D Touch is the big new feature in the iPhone 6S. I have not yet found myself using 3D Touch a lot on my iPhone 6S in daily use. It will take some time to think of the possibility to press deep. There is no visual indication that you can deep press. So I need to remember to do it, which is slowing my adoption of the feature.

The iPhone 6S was already offered with discounts at launch as carriers aggressively compete for new iPhone customers. We expect more deals on the iPhone 6S coming on Black Friday 2015.

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