Apple debuts new 'Facebook,' 'Cars' iPhone ads

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Two new advertising spots for Apple watchers to check out have been posted to Apple's Web site, entitled "Facebook" and "Cars." Both were designed to promote the iPhone as a Web surfing device.

The "Facebook" ad reaches out to fans of the social networking service. "If you love Facebook so much that you check it every time you're near the computer, just think about how great it would be to check it, well, every time you're nowhere near the computer," says the narrator.

The "Cars" ad demonstrates the benefits of being able to surf the Web from the iPhone when shopping for an automobile. The user looks up the price of a car he's interested in on the Kelley Blue Book Web site to make sure he's getting a good deal.

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