Apple Mother's Day Tribute Is Shot On IPhone Commercial

Posted: May 2 2016, 12:24am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
Apple Mother's Day Tribute is Shot on iPhone Commercial
Apple Mother's Day Ad

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A new iPhone commercial celebrates moms.

Apple has released a new commercial to mark Mother's Day. The Shot on iPhone commercial features a collection of photos and videos of moms and their kids. The photos are taken with the iPhone by individual iPhone users. Each photo and video carry a signature with first name and last name abbreviated.

There are some great photos in Apple Mother's Day commercial. The first photo is one of the best. See above.

Apple is intensifying the marketing for the iPhone 6S as the release of the new iPhone 7 is approaching. Slow iPhone sales are the cause for Apple's first quarterly earnings decline in over a decade.

Mother's Day is next Sunday, May 8. Get your Mother's Day gifts now, unless you are one of these people who get flowers last minute at the gas station on the way to mom's house.

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