Apple debuts annual holiday commercial: ‘Share the Joy’

Apple on Thursday debuted its annual holiday ad, ‘Share the Joy,’ focused on AirPods Pro and Audio Sharing.

Apple debuts annual holiday commercial: ‘Share the Joy’

Share the joy of the holidays with Audio Sharing on AirPods Pro. – Apple

The commercial is backed by the hip-hop/rap song “Puff” by Bhavi & Bizarrap.

MacDailyNews Note: With the latest version of iOS or iPadOS, you and a friend can both listen with AirPods or Beats wireless headphones to audio from your iPhone or iPad.

How to Share the Joy:

  1. Connect your AirPods or AirPods Pro, your AirPods Max, or your Beats headphones to your iOS or iPadOS device.

  2. Tap the AirPlay button in Control Center on your iPhone or iPad, on the Lock Screen, or in the app that you’re listening to.

  3. Tap Share Audio.

  4. If your friend has AirPods or AirPods Pro, hold them close to your device with the AirPods inside the case and open the lid. If your friend has AirPods Max, hold them close to your device. If your friend has Beats wireless headphones, put them in pairing mode and hold them close to your device.

  5. When you see your friend’s headphones appear on your screen, tap Share Audio.

Compatible headphone models:
• AirPods Max
• AirPods Pro (1st generation) and later
• AirPods (1st generation) and later
• Powerbeats
• Solo Pro
• Powerbeats Pro
• Powerbeats3 Wireless
• Beats Solo3 Wireless
• Beats Studio3 Wireless
• BeatsX
• Beats Flex
• Beats Fit Pro

You can also share audio on Apple TV 4K with tvOS 14 and later.

Compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models:
• iPhone 8 and later
• iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation) and later
• iPad Pro 11-inch
• iPad Pro 10.5-inch
• iPad Air (3rd generation) and later
• iPad mini (5th generation) and later
• iPad (5th generation) and later
• iPod touch (7th generation)

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    1. Yes…and? You do understand that the US has been home to immigrants from many countries (as well as the First Nations who’ve been here since the Ice Age) ever since the first colonies were established in the 1500s, right? Or maybe you slept through that part of history class? You can always look this stuff up on your iPhone if you think it’s all nonsense.

      1. These type of commercials are actually selling to white moneyed single wine-soaked women. And gay white men, like Apple’s CEO. Cloistered coastal elites who never have to deal with actual gang members, fentanyl deaths, etc. It’s a woke pitch.

        These Nancy Pelosi types must buy the most AirPods. Or Apple thinks they do. Or, most likely, virtue-signaling is more important to Tim Cook’s Apple than AirPods Pro sales.

        Tim Cook abuses Apple’s marketing budget to push his woke agenda. His clumsy, overdone social engineering is transparent and runs throughout Apple’s marketing, often to a laughable, ridiculous degree.

        If Apple were pitching to the widest U.S. audience, the commercial would be full of caucasians (whites).

        Racial demographics of the U.S. population as of the 2020 census:

        • White alone: 75.8%

        1. FirstThen is still in shock and denial because his Red Tsunami turned out to be a Pink Piss Stream.

          He’s clearly a deeply disturbed individual who needs to whine about….anything.

      2. I am an immigrant myself, when I am out in public I’d speak English even though I am not as good as native English speakers. When I am home, I speak my native language. It’s my losses if I am not proficient in English.

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