iPhone and iPad Combo: Easiest Way to Pretend You Drive a Ferrari and Wear a Rolex

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Photo: ferrarimotorsport on Instagram
Not all of use grow up dreaming to drive a Ferrari with a Rolex around our wrist, but this is definitely many people’s dream - what? Perhaps some of us prefer a McLaren and a Brequet. Going back to those who stick to the Prancing Horse-led mix, we may have come across an affordable, yet still premium alternative.
This arrives in the form presented above, with the lavish lifestyle impersonation apparently coming from an Apple fan*. But let’s see what the man aims for first.

The car whose wheel he is virtually grabbing is a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, a virtuous Grand Tourer that can make a journey across the country seems like a drive to the shopping mall. At the same time, at his wrist, we see a digital impersonation of a Rolex.

The image may or may not be real, but this is of little importance here. As for the gadgets that play the main roles in this digital shenanigan, an iPad Air was cast as the F12, while the Rolex is displayed on an iPhone 5s. The latter’s fingerprint unlock feature means that the scheme used here does offer something you won’t find in the rearl-world version.

The image was published on ferrarimotorsport’s Instagram page (not an official account), a place where people usually see the Cavallino Rampante’s actual creations.

*Not only are we dealing with an iPad and an iPhone, but the machine in the background is an iMac. Talk about brand loyalty...
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