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Jamie Foxx Stars in New Apple Rose Gold iPhone Commercial

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Apple’s new rose gold iPhone 6s is infecting the world with a newfound fascination with the color pink, and even Jamie Foxx is not exempt. In a cameo role in the latest spot of Apple’s iPhone ads blitz, the actor and musician is jamming to his own song on a pink iPhone when narrator Lake Bell calls him out for self infatuation. “No, I was…” Foxx bashfully responds before pretending to take a phone call. Aside from the A-list cameo, the new 30-second ad highlights the phone’s “Peek and pop” functionality — which lets you preview content with a light finger tap or “pop” into it by applying more pressure. Apple’s 6S phone sales set an opening weekend record when the new upgrade launched in late September with "more than" 13 million iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus devices sold.

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