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New iPhone 6 print ads have actual-sized phone images

By Rithvik Rao September 24, 2014, 3:53 am

Folks, Apple has begun to flex its marketing muscle. Hot off of releasing new TV ads starring The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and artist Justin Timberlake, the company is now turning to the almost-prehistoric print media to continue advertising its new iPhones. Its latest set of iPhone 6 print ads boasts actual-sized reproductions of the two new phones.

There’s nothing too special about these ads other than the fact that they’re accurate representations of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The ad pictured below is pulled from Rolling Stone, though the ad could spread to other magazines in not too long. This ad reminds us of one spot in print media Apple ran for the iPad Mini, which was featured in Time.

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The big takeaway with these iPhone 6 print ads is that the Apple marketing machine is now on duty. After record-setting pre-orders (and then record-setting sales as well), Apple still has lots of work to be done – it has to handle the bending iPhone 6 Plus issues that have taken over the internet lately, for one.

iphone 6 print ad

Source: The Mac Observer
Via: 9to5Mac

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