La empresa ha asegurado que en este perfil la gente podrá disfrutar de contenido de calidad hecho por los usuarios



DOBLE LLAVE – Apple finalmente decidió sucumbir ante los encantos de Instagram y estrenó su perfil oficial en esa red social a partir de esta semana; la compañía ha publicado videos y fotografías que hacen alarde de la buena cámara de su iPhone.

La empresa ha asegurado que en este perfil la gente podrá disfrutar de contenido de calidad hecho por los usuarios y para ello promueve la etiqueta #ShotOnIphone.

Asimismo, Apple ha dicho que no compartirán fotos de productos, anuncios publicitarios o marketing de otras compañías.

La empresa de la manzanita ha destacado por la fabricación de equipos electrónicos de alta calidad, es una marca icónica en el mundo gracias a su famoso iPhone o iPod shuffle así como las MacBook.

#ShotoniPhone by… – 1. Mirabai M. @mirafilm “Beekeeping is incredibly addictive. Once you start, it’s very hard to stop. I think I’ll probably be a beekeeper for the rest of my life.” – 2. Jeremy S. @jeremysnell “I do show people the photos I take of them. A lot of these people have never really had their picture taken before, so this is really special to them. I think it opens people up in a new way, when they are able to see themselves in an image.” – 3. Daniil S. @daniil “I want to show the backstage – we’re surrounded by so much beauty that we take for granted. For us it’s so common. We don’t see the beauty anymore.” – 4. Marcelo N. @marcelonava “I like to walk, exploring a city, knowing every little space within the world.” – 5. Dave S. @davesandford “An adrenaline rush? Quite the opposite actually. I find swimming with sharks to be very peaceful.”

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#ShotoniPhone by… – 1. Paul O. @pauloctavious “I’ve just always been attracted to rainbows. It’s like magic. But now that I know how rainbows are made, it’s like I’m performing my own magic.” – 2. Tyrone P. @robotfaced “I’ve actually found two or three, or let’s say two and a half, species of chameleons that are not officially known to science. You can’t look in a text book or a field guide and find these animals. There’s simply not enough known about them.” – 3. Jirasak P @joez19 “I live in a small town and own a small trucking fleet in Thailand. I am not a professional photographer.” – 4. Jenn Z. @thesdcowgirl “I feel claustrophobic when I go to the city now. You get so used to being able to see for miles. I call it cowgirl church.” – 5. Yais Y. @_yaisyusman_ “I call the series The Hanging Collection. It’s simply creating an illusion of a person hanging.”

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