Ad Nut
May 4, 2017

Suspiciously empty Shanghai takes starring role in Apple ad

The city becomes a private romantic spot in the company's latest iPhone 7 clip.

Empty mountain roads and abandoned cityscapes are common in advertising. At least in this Apple spot, there's a point to the striking lack of humanity; that point being that Apple's portrait-mode feature helps the young lovers feel like they're in a world of their own.  

In Ad Nut's experience, young lovers seldom need any help attaining that feeling. 

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