"Better You", the new Apple ad to advertise the new Apple Watch Series 4

Apple Watch Series 4

The new Apple Watch Series 4 is already among us and it could be the model that is going to sell the most for the news and improvements that it brings under its casing. In this case, it is the first Apple Watch with LTE that goes on sale in Spain, which gives it an extra point.

Apple knows that thousands of people are subject to this new model of Apple Watch and proof of this is that they have put into circulation a new ad titled "Better You."

To celebrate the arrival of its new wearable, Apple has launched a fun 30-second ad on its Canadian YouTube channel titled "Better You." The ad features a scruffy-looking boy and alternate versions of himself using the Apple Watch to get in better shape.

Throughout the video, the protagonist sees how his different versions make use of the new one in different sports and situations Apple Watch in order to be in better shape. Without a doubt, it is a very fun advertisement that lets us see that the Apple Watch Series 4 is our perfect companion whether we want to go out to party, go to work or play sports. Do you already have yours?

If you want to know more about the new features of the new Apple Watch Series 4, you can visit the Apple page and it is that those of Cupertino have prepared a section on their website in which everything that has to do is shown in great detail with this new model of your smart watch. 

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