Ahead of its yet-to-be-announced and now expected Spring media event, Apple has released a number of new ads designed at highlighting the main user benefits and features offered by its many products.
… and continuing its ad series for the soon to be superseded iPad Pro, the first set of online spots from the Californian company center on pinpointing situations where the mega-tablet might come in handy, for potential buyers considering the purchase.
Apple’s Home app has received a significant amount of coverage since its release last June, yet -up until now- the firm has remained pretty light on showing exactly what the app is truly capable of.
For those already lucky enough to have so-called “smart homes,” Apple’s official Home app is set to serve as a welcome addition – allowing for the complete wireless and remote control of spaces, lighting and appliances, without a second thought.
But for the majority out there, the app (as of right now) is pretty useless. This is because connected homes are still far and few between … and largely, still in their infancy.
Of course, Apple’s Home app can also be hooked up to a range of dedicated HomeKit-enabled accessories such as: Elgato’s Eve Room Wireless Indoor Sensor, Eve Thermo, or the Philips Hue Personal Wireless Lighting Kit, which together provide users who perhaps haven’t got access to the typical “smart home” with the ability to control certain aspects of their daily at-home experience.
See Apple’s Home app in action in the new ad (above).
Finally, there’s Stickers.
Launching a dedicated weekly-updating section full of fun and inviting iMessage stickers, back in September, Apple is kicking its want for users to check out the many different sticker packs now available for use within iOS 10‘s Messages app to the next level, this week – by creating a brand new ad aimed squarely at Generation-Y.
Watch it now, below!