Apple released a new iPhone privacy protection ad-Over Sharing last night. The video describes people embarrassingly sharing their personal information with strangers, such as credit card numbers, login details and web browsing history.
In the advertisement, a man yelled on a bus full of people. He browsed the websites of eight divorce lawyers; a woman rashly told strangers her login information in a movie theater; two colleagues were nearby others The colleague had an unsightly conversation loudly in front of her; a woman used a megaphone to broadcast her credit card information to anyone in her ears.
Apple said: “Some things should not be shared.” “This is why the iPhone is designed to help you control information and protect privacy.”
Apple has repeatedly stated that it believes privacy is a “basic human right” and one of the company’s “core values.” At the CES Electronics Show in Las Vegas last year, Apple increased its commitment to privacy on a billboard near the convention center, which read “What happens on your iPhone stays on your iPhone”.