It might be worth a staggering $US1 trillion dollars and CEO, Tim Cook, may have just become a billionaire on the back of his shares, but typically Apple’s not known for a sense of humour when it comes to flogging its array of gadgetry.
But not so says a new spot for the brand’s Series 6 Apple watch.
At over two-minutes long, the ad’s the work of TBWA Media Arts Lab and parodies the idea of the futurist, saying a lot of that stuff already exists in the features on offer in its swanky-looking new timepiece.
According to the ad, the watch can track your sleep, send you an alert if your heart rate is too low or high, take an ECG, track your elevation, measure your blood oxygen levels, and even call 911 if you’re attacked by a bear in the wilderness. We believe it even tells the time, too!
Check out the fun below.
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