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Greek ‘Yiayia’ Portrait Launches Apple iPhone 7 Plus

A Greek village in the Mani Peninsula, southwards from the Peloponnese, features Apple’s new iPhone 7 Plus ad, which it shared through YouTube for the promotion of its latest Portrait Mode featured on the larger handset.

Titled  “Take Mine”, the one-minute ad brings a young girl to a town in Mani to visit her granny. After taking a great portrait shot of her on her new iPhone 7 Plus, everyone in the village wants their own photo. So the teen sets off to capture the villagers one by one featuring most of the traditional Greek professions including the baker, the musician, the priest plus cat, the postman, the fisherman, the barber, the shepherd and the school kids.  

The new phone’s depth-of-field photography is “practically magic” according to the ad, which has thus far been seen by more than 1.2 million You Tube users.


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