A display of the various features of the Apple iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, such as Dynamic Island, colour-infused glass, 48MP Main camera, battery life and USB-C port.
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Against an off-white backdrop, the text shimmers. Now, the camera lenses of a pink iPhone 15 centre and tilt upward.
Titles: Dynamic Island.
An iPhone 15 screen rises centre. An incoming phone call appears in the Dynamic Island. It expands with the contact information.
Titles: Bubbles up important info.
A blue iPhone 15 centres. An image downloads in AirDrop in the Dynamic Island.
Titles: Colour-infused glass.
Now, iPhone 15 devices in black, blue, green, yellow and pink align in a row. They simultaneously pivot, exhibiting their glass enclosures.
Titles: Outstanding durability. Two iPhone 15 devices float diagonally in opposite directions and closely pass by one another. Light shimmers across their displays and glass enclosures.
Titles: 48MP Main camera.
A pink iPhone 15 lies and rotates. Its camera lenses centre.
Titles: Super-high-res photos.
A detailed image of mountains above a grassy valley displays.
Titles: 2x Telephoto to zoom in.
Framed in Camera on iPhone 15, a still image of a person appears. They wear a bright blue outfit and lean against a round hay bale. 2x is tapped, and the image zooms in.
Titles: Next-gen portraits. Stunning leap in detail, quality, colour.
A detailed image of woman displays. She has long white hair and wrinkles and wears a red blouse. She leans her cheek against the back of her hand.
Titles: Shoot, then refocus.
An image appears of two people. One sits on a table and props their head on their hand. The other stands in the background. A yellow focus box appears around the seated person, then moves to the person in the background, shifting focus.
Titles: Awesome all-day battery life. Battery life varies by use.
Now, a battery icon fills to full charge, then shimmers.
Titles: Connect and charge with USB-C.
An iPhone 15 appears, then turns and displays its USB-C port. The device tilts up. Music plays in the Dynamic Island.
Titles: iPhone 15. iPhone 15 Plus.
Light shimmers across the Apple logo.
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