Apple releases new iPhone ad "Commute"

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Apple has posted their latest iPhone ad to their iPhone ad gallery. The ad, titled "Commute," is another ad that spotlights "everyday use" features for the average user. The narrative tells the story of a man who just missed his train to work. He uses his iPhone to check the next train time then gets a phone call from a colleague at the office. While speaking to the colleague he uses a remote login app to access a file on his work computer and emails it to his office. This part of the ad spotlights the iPhone's ability to use data and voice simultaneously. The ad ends by the user watching news footage on his iPhone.

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