Apple has a guided tour through a guide on a Friday & # 39; of iPhone XS, XS Max and XR on its official YouTube channel, showing the latest features of the hardware in a video that is almost identical to that of an iPhone X. See the manual of last year short shared today in and around the headquarters of Apple Park, and offers a look at facilities that are normally only accessible to employees.
Hosted by Mackenzie Yates, manager of the Apple Park Visitor Center, with the video of five and a half minutes of new and potential buyers through the main functions, functions and additions of the iPhone. Yates led users through Apple's iPhone X tour last November.
The short promo hits on the headsets of the handsets, including device navigation via gestures, Face ID, portrait mode photo's with Depth Control, dual SIM capabilities, Group FaceTime, Memoji, Apple Pay and more.
Perhaps more interesting for Apple fans is a look at Apple's main spacecraft structure and surrounding environment. Yates discusses every new iPhone as she walks through the headquarters and sometimes picks passersby to demonstrate features such as Face ID and Portrait Mode.
The video starts in the lobby of the spacecraft, where Yates introduces the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR to viewers, pointing to the palette of color options of the latter. Yates continues the tour in a corridor on the first floor and shows the movements of the gesture while walking through meeting rooms. Leather chairs arranged in pairs around the hall and overlook the central, tree-filled courtyard.
The video then moves through the cafeteria of the building, where Yates demonstrates the installation of Face ID and Apple Pay.
The tour continues in the courtyard at the outdoor restaurant of Apple Park. Walking along one of the serpentine paths of the facility, Yates stops a passing employee to test the portrait mode with depth control. A chair opposite the artificial pond of the building serves as a good pit stop to explain the arrangement and use of the Dual SIM.
The video ends with Yates on the outside of the spacecraft, where she describes Memoji, Group FaceTime and Siri.