This Friday, September 23, at 1:00 p.m., the “Sprints for iPhone 14” competition will be held, organized by the multi-service company “Tele2”. The three latest iPhone models will be hidden in three places in Riga, and you can get an idea of their locations by connecting to the live broadcast on the “Tele2” Facebook page.
The live broadcast will show shots from three cameras installed near the places where the three iPhone 14s are hidden. The phones will be owned by the first ones who get to the specific places, meet one of the three influencers there – hip hop artist, basketball players and skaters – and successfully complete the given task.
The “Sprint for iPhone 14” live broadcast on the “Tele2” Facebook page will be commented by TV and radio personality Oskar Leper, who at some point will probably help with instructions, as well as give the viewers various prizes from “Apple”.
“iPhone” is one of the flagships of the smartphone market, which always creates a great stir with its new phones in many parts of the world, including in Latvia. This is also confirmed by the fact that the first “iPhone 14” phone was bought in the “Tele2″ online store at midnight in the first minute after the pre-sale opened,” says Raivo Rosts, commercial director of “Tele2”. “Last year, we held the first “Sprints for the iPhone” race and it created an unexpectedly great response and excitement. More than 1,000 viewers watched the live broadcast, which included audible and visual cues.”
Every resident of Latvia can participate in the “Sprints after iPhone 14” race. It is important for all participants to connect to the live broadcast on the “Tele2” Facebook page on September 23, starting at 13.00, to look at the images from the video cameras and understand where the phones might be hidden. Video images from places where iPhones are hidden will be displayed one by one.
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