Apple has launched an official YouTube channel which is meant to be the video formulation of company’s tech-support dimension. This channel will not only update subscribers about the new products that Apple is planning to introduce but will convey a number of different tips and tricks for the users of Apple’s iPhones and iPads.
The YouTube channel was started on October 5th but has remained inactive during a prolonged hiatus where users can only find a selected number of how-to tutorial videos concerning the specifications and functionalities of the newly released iPhone 8 and iPhone X. There are almost 10 short videos being published by Apple as of now on its Apple Support YouTube channel. The videos uploaded mainly contain questions and queries related to iOS 11. and its recent update where users are guided about “How to send a Gif to other people on the contact list?”, “How to delete call history?”, and other pertinent questions that are solely focused on guiding iPhone users to make effective use of their devices.
This YouTube support channel is a subsidiary of the main channel of Apple where all the promotional videos and advertisements are posted first. This support channel is connected to the company’s official Twitter account which was created in March 2016 for the purpose of creating an awareness about the usefulness and effective usage of iPhones. All these social media branches concerning the problem solving platform for consumers are directly linked to the official site of Apple Support.
It is interesting to see how eminent companies are willing to step forward and accommodate their users no matter how much they claim their products to be user-friendly and easy to use. The Apple’s strategy of using the means of social media to publicize its products has led to the advent of an entire YouTube channel that will be aimed that solving the fundamental and complicated issues of the iPhone users.
To subscribe to the official Support Channel, follow the link: