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WATCH: Apple airs two new iPhone 5 ads

Shows off noise cancelling microphone and Shared Photo Stream for Thanksgiving

Apple has launched two new TV adverts for its iPhone 5, showing off the smartphone's noise cancelling microphone and Shared Photo Stream, which were published on the company's YouTube channel on Wednesday.

The first of the two adverts uses an orchestra to demonstrate the way the iPhone 5's microphone can reduce background noise during phone calls.

Watch the 'Orchestra' ad below.

The second ad, called 'Turkey,' Apple uses Shared Photo Stream to show that, during Thanksgiving and the holiday season when there are lots of photographs to be taken, iPhone 5 owners can share photos with any group of iCloud users they choose.

Here's the 'Turkey' advert:

Thinking of buying an iPhone 5? Our review should help you make your decision.

Apple is set to kick off holiday deals for one-day-only on 'Black Friday,' tomorrow, and is expected to offer discounts of up to 10 per cent on Macs, iPads and more across its stores. See also: Stop. Don't buy an Apple product until Black Friday sale

See also:

Samsung knocks iPhone 5 in new print ad, Apple fans fight back Apple launches iPhone 5 advertising campaign with four new TV ads Amazon pulls anti-iPad mini ad after Apple confirms 'It is stereo' Apple Maps-bashing ad from Google's Motorola criticised for 'fake' address Latest Samsung attack ad mocks crowds waiting for iPhone 5 Apple's new 'Genius' ads blasted by critics


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