Apple has published a new video 'Guided Tour of iPhone 15 & iPhone 15 Pro' on its YouTube channel, showcasing the new devices in an immersive video that demonstrates their capabilities in real-world scenarios and provides guidance on choosing the best model for prospective customers. Like previous tours, the video starts in an Apple Store, where the narrator introduces the new models and provides a brief overview of their differences. The video then transitions to various locations, showcasing the models' functionalities in authentic environments. Notable features highlighted in the video include the titanium design and action button on the iPhone 15 Pro series, the Dynamic Island, A16 Bionic chip on the iPhone 15, the A17 Pro chip on the iPhone 15 Pro, the 5x Telephoto camera on the iPhone 15 Pro Max, and the presence of USB-C. The video concludes by informing potential customers about Apple Trade-In options, urging owners of iPhone 11 or later models to return their devices to Apple for a discount on any new model from the iPhone 15 series.
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