The iPhone 7 is the best-selling phone in the world, and Apple is trying to position itself as the leader in the category with ads in Spanish, French and English.
But what about other ads in languages other than Spanish?
The top five spots in Spanish for ads are: Adidas, Nike, Adidas Originals, Citi and Citrus.
What are the top five?
Adidas has a big Spanish presence in the ad category.
Its “Adidas Superstar” ad campaign for the iPhone 7 features a group of young athletes wearing Adidas shoes as they go on a mission to beat the world record in the marathon.
Nikes ad campaign “The Perfect Shot” in Spanish features an actor dressed as a Nike ad guy who gets stuck in a maze of obstacles and can’t get out of it.
Nike is the dominant force in the Spanish ad market, with its Spanish version of “The Next Big Thing” ad in Spanish becoming the most successful ad in the space in 2014.
CITRUS ad campaign is more of a classic ad, with an athlete named “Citron” who goes on a journey to get back to the top.
It has a lot of good Spanish talent in the spot, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez.
But what about Nike’s “The Future” ad?
Nate Diaz’s ad for the Nike+ Ultra Boost 2 is the most-viewed in Spanish with more than 13 million views in its first week on YouTube.
The video has more than 2.5 million views on YouTube in Spanish alone.
The next ad is “Nike’s Future,” featuring former basketball player Nick Young.
A couple of weeks later, “Nippon Airways” opens the video with a shot of a plane on the runway, with Young as the pilot.
In this ad, Young is flying to China to try to convince the Chinese government to let him fly on its newly opened flight to Las Vegas.
“The Future of Soccer” is a fun ad for both young soccer fans and the youth sports community.
It starts with a soccer player who plays the sport with his mom, and ends with the player who has just gotten his first job in a video game studio.
Adobe has a bigger Spanish presence, but it also has a Spanish version in the “Adobe Sport” video category.
If you want to watch the “Fashion for Success” video from “Fitness for Life,” watch it in Spanish and then check out “The Ultimate Athlete.”
In Spanish, this video features a trainer teaching a beginner to walk on a treadmill and eventually do a push-up.
For the most part, Spanish ads are about sports.
As the Spanish-language version of the Apple App Store becomes more popular, the Spanish version will become even more popular in the U.S. as well.