Now a number of Twitter users have taken to the micro-blogging service with pictures that show off some of the billboards and advertisements, which boldly feature the text "Shot on iPhone 6."
Promotional materials and billboards have popped up in countries and cities all over the world including France, Malaysia, Canada, and the United States. Here are some samples of what Twitter users have been seeing from Dubai to Los Angeles:
"Shot on iPhone 6" billboard in LA. Pretty cool. pic.twitter.com/oBcG9rbdns— Beau Colburn (@beaucolburn) March 2, 2015
The billboards are part of a larger "World Gallery" campaign that we through which Apple is displaying the photo-capturing prowess of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with photos from 77 photographers around the world. For much more, be sure to check out Apple's "Shot on iPhone 6" campaign on its World Gallery. If you're looking to improve your own skills with the camera on your iPhone, feel free to also check out our photography hub for some tips and tricks.
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