A televisi commercial featuring the dual lens camera system Apple's iPhone 7 Plus was crowned "Best in Show" at the prestigious awards ceremy of the Art Directors Club (ADC) earlier this week
. Tech-giant's "Barbers" commercial is showcasing its first dual lens camera system, which has been used as a breakthrough the company's iPhone 7 Plus. In advertising, the flagship camera of the iPhone 2016 presents its powerful feature in Portrait Mode, demstrating comically how the feature can literally make anye look good.
While the dual-lens camera used Apple's iPhone 7 Plus, 8 Plus and iPhone X end is close, but not exactly "up to par" with the DSLR quality photography equipment, Apple still has managed to build in a first feature of its kind called Fashi Portrait (also known amg photography enthusiasts as the effect Bokeh). Essentially, the Bokeh effect aims to improve the quality of photos by clearly overlaying the image a foreground blurred and seemingly far away.
Apple shows several neglected customers lined up in frt of a neighborhood barbershop to receive haircuts, attracted by images captured with the portrait mode of the iPhone 7 Plus which makes that old haircut receivers seem to dapper as they can, whether they do it or not.
Look at the Barbers Pub below!