Apple really seems ready to do anything to promote its new iPhone 7 Plus and its dual photo sensor. After offering a model of the phone to photographer David E. Klutho so that he could take pictures of an American football match (read: iPhone 7 Plus: pretty pictures of an American football match), the brand has repeated the operation by offering an iPhone 7 Plus to Landon Nordeman, a photographerESPN.
The latter thus used the dual photo sensor of this new 5.5-inch iPhone to take images during the 2016 edition of the tennis tournament US Open. As with the American football game, the photos were also posted to a page on the American media site before being tweeted by Tim Cook (who shared a link to the article).
As you can see through these photos, the quality is once again there. The colors of the pictures taken stand out very well and the brightness is perfect. With such advertisements, the apple firm hopes to attract as many buyers as possible for its iPhone 7 Plus. Indeed, as it has changed almost nothing in terms of design, this dual photo sensor remains an excellent tool to launch sales.