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New iPhone 6 Ads Highlight A8 Chip and Continuity Features

by Mark KwanNovember 24, 2014

Apple has launched two new iPhone 6 ads, once again featuring voiceovers by Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake. The first new spot features the gaming capabilities of the A8 processor found in the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, while the second ad highlights the Continuity features of iOS and OS X.

New iPhone 6 ads

The first ad, “Gamers” highlights the A8 chip by featuring the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus playing the online battle game Vainglory. As they play, Fallon and Timberlake talk trash about each other’s gaming abilities.

The second spot, “Reservations,” features the Continuity features of iOS and OS X, and specifically the ability to make calls using your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. The two characters carry on, making humorous calls from all of the Apple devices.

Monday’s ads are the fifth and sixth iPhone 6 ads featuring the duo of Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake. The first four ads, “Duo,” Health,” “Huge,” and “Cameras” were all released back in September following the initial release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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Mark Kwan
Some people may call me a geek which I take no offense to. Being a tech enthusiast at a young age, I am a blogger, graphic & website designer, YouTube video maker, and most of all a total tech enthusiast. At such a young age I am totally obsessed with blogging, developing web-sites using CSS, HTML, xhtml, WordPress, and making money online. Not only do I like creating websites I also like using Adobe Photoshop to create graphic designs which are incorporated in my websites. But most people know me from watching my YouTube videos that I film and edit for my YouTube page which include tech tutorials, reviews, unboxings, and anything else related to tech. I have been doing graphic & website design for many years, learning the trade from his older brother. Whom owns his own graphic & website design company.

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