The ad, titled “Over Sharing” and released on Apple’s official YouTube channel Thursday, begins with a man shouting to a bus full of people that he “browsed eight sites for divorce attorneys today.” It also features a woman giving out her login information to strangers in a movie theater, two coworkers yelling their private chats across the room, a man yelling out his heart rate while power walking and, finally, a woman shouting her credit card details through a megaphone in the park.
Each of the examples is meant to highlight a different Apple service and the privacy protections they offer, the company said, including Safari, Apple Maps, Apple Pay and iMessage.
The ad ends with text that says “Some things shouldn’t be shared. iPhone helps keep it that way.”
But that doesn’t mean Apple hasn’t had privacy issues of its own.
CNN Business’ Kaya Yurieff contributed to this report.