Honestly, it's so smooth that Weylie has time to freshen up her makeup and even model a few clothes along the way.
Oddly, her iPhone has a matching white case. Slightly froufrou, if I may say so. Does this mean it's, well, hers? I daren't ask.
She's certainly very au fait with its operations, as she instructs you to turn off FaceTime and iMessage and unencrypt everything -- especially any work elements that happen to be inserted on your phone.
has always seemed like a painful idea to me. For its part,
insists that switching from Android to iPhone is as easy as walking from one side of a TV screen to another.
Still, if Pixel 2 had moved me to rapture -- with, for example, its new wireless headphones on a string that simultaneously translate when Japanese people are swearing at you -- then you could find a much worse instructor than Weylie.
On the other hand, I fancy one or two people might worry about the fact that the video is vertical.
Oh, didn't you know? That's an example of change. Vertical is the new, new thing.
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