Apple's new ads tout Siri, 'ridiculously powerful' iPhone 6S

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With December holidays fast approaching, Apple is ramping up its marketing efforts in order to sell a few more bazillion iPhones. Last week, the company enlistedStevie Wonder for an Thanksgiving-themed spot, and on Tuesday it published two new ads for the iPhone 6S The first ad, titled "Ridiculously Powerful," (looks like hyperbole is the big new thing at Apple's marketing dept.; just remember the"ginormous" new iMac ), does its best to convince us that the iPhone 6S is faster and more powerful than ever before, regardless if you're using it to track a run, play a game or film a video. Jon Favreau appears in the ad, forgetting for a moment that the iPhone is not only a powerful camera but also a phone — a throwback of sorts to those ancient times when Steve Jobsintroduced the first iPhone as a three-in-one deviceRead more... More about Ads ,Iphone ,Apple ,Ad , andBusiness ▶ Full story on mashable.com

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