Apple has released a new ad called “Voice Text”, focusing on one of the new features that lets users send audio via Messages.
The commercial for the iPhone 6 once again stars Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake, who discuss iOS 8 voice messaging capabilities on Apple’s smartphone. Fallon and Timberlake demonstrate how voice messages can be used to better communication with friends and offer examples of the benefits of voice messaging.
According to Fallon, the iPhone 6 owners can use voice messages for sarcastic comments, singing and saying hard-to-spell words instead of typing them.
Apple presented voice texting in iOS 8 as a fast and simple way to create audio clips to fellow Messages users. To activate the mechanism, they’re required to use a press-and-hold gesture on the new microphone icon located to the right of Messages’ text input bar. There is an option for playback their clip and sending them off via a popup radial menu.
Apple has already introduced two new iPhone 6 ads at a time, releasing “Duo” and “Health” during the iPhone 6 event in September, “Huge” and “Cameras” later the same month and “Reservations” and “Gamers” a few days ago.
“Voice Text” is the first iPhone 6 ad, released by Apple itself.
You can check out the full ad below: