Apple’s latest ads take a different approach by Jonathan Chew @FortuneMagazine August 10, 2015, 10:22 AM EST E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons Apple’s latest iPhone ad focuses on the iPhone 6’s camera. The company’s TV ad is a part of its “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone” marketing series. Images of photos and videos flash on screens arranged in a variety of positions, all set to a catchy track by Giraffage called “Be With You.” Apple has also launched a dedicated website to accompany the new ads. Camera-focused ads have been a recent trend for Apple. The company’s “Shot on an iPhone 6” campaign, which takes user-shot photos and turns them into advertisements, won a prestigious Grand Prix at the Cannes Lions 2015 advertising festival in June. Apple’s camera has been touted as a leader in its field, with a study by camera ratings site DxOMark showing iPhone 6’s camera comes out as the highest-rated among its peers. However, competitors are taking aim — Motorola, for instance, recently boasted about its “best-in-class” camera in its upcoming Moto X Style.