8 New Visually Impressive “Shot on iPhone” Commercials Now Airing

Jun 6, 2016 - 10 Comments

Shot on iPhone commercials

Apple is running eight new “Shot on iPhone” ads, demonstrating the impressive recording capabilities available with the latest iPhone cameras.


The commercials show off various camera effects that are possible with iPhone, including multiple instances of recording slow motion video on iPhone, a time-lapse recording video captured on iPhone, and perhaps even recording 4K video as well, though all of the videos are 1080p on YouTube.

Each video is about 15 seconds long and has been embedded below for easy viewing, along with the songs featured in the commercials (Apple notes the songs and location of the videos in the YouTube notes, for those wondering).

Clouds from an airplane between Miami and Curacao – Shot on iPhone by Keiran W.

Song: “Past Lives” by BØRNS

Time-lapse Penguins in Antarctica- Shot on iPhone by Nicolas D.

Song: “Gossipo Perpetuo” by Jean-Jacques Perrey

Slow-motion girl running towards a beach sunset – Shot on iPhone by John L.

Song: “Florence (ft. Kwes)” by Loyle Carner

Bees in slow motion – Shot on iPhone by Mirabai M.

Song: “Soda Pop Fiction” by Polyenso

Aggressive Hippopotamus charges toward a boat in slow motion – Shot on iPhone by Craig J.

Song: “Make Me” by Ricky Remedy

Rain on a windshield in Los Angeles – Shot on iPhone by George B.

Song: “In Your River” by Snoh Aalegra

A weimaraner dog bounds towards the camera in a field of tall grass – Shot on iPhone by Polo S.

Song: “Chocolate (Milk Version)” by Jesse Rose & Trozé

A reversed video of people jumping into the water, in black and white – Shot on iPhone by Mitchell H.

Song: “Five Minutes” by Her

Last year, Apple ran a variety of other visually impressive “Shot on iPhone” commercials and advertisements, you can see those and other Apple commercials here.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in News

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  1. Daryl Favreu says:

    Hippo are dangerous, funny video though.

    Impressive pictures as always, I like these ad campaigns, way better than the junk for Beats Music and some of the other oddballs out there.

  2. David rathz says:

    How do I send you my video of a butterfly shot on my iPhone?

  3. Paul Sebala says:

    Shot on an iPhone by Paul Sebala (Las Vegas)

    https://instagram.com/p/BBg6TPqgRGn/

  4. Lisa Bernstein says:

    the most brilliant commercials ever….! AND i have already bought 5 of the backbackground songs from itunes!

  5. Peter says:

    Perhaps this might be interesting: a few days ago, I have finished a DIY video for one of our band’s songs (the language is Slovak). The entire thing is shot on iPhone 6S plus, no additional lens or anything.

    Here it is, in case someone cares:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fGBkwm8ZYE

  6. Olga says:

    I have tons of great pics all shot on my iPhone. Where to send?

  7. Chris Reuter says:

    How do I send in a photo shot by an I phone. I think it’s worth seeing

  8. Lilia says:

    For anyone wondering how to get your pics and vids on iPhone commercial. Apple isn’t accepting vids or pics directly. They’re looking all over social media and Flickr. If they want your vid they will request permission to use it and verify that it was taken with an iPhone 6.

    • Deb says:

      Yes this is true, Apple finds the pictures themselves for iPhone commercials. You put them on Instagram with hashtags like #iphone #shotoniphone But what is also true is that most peoples pictures are terrible, which is why they look for them. If they allowed submissions of pictures for the iPhone commercials, it would be nothing but garbage photos.

  9. Maxine Feliciano says:

    With all those balloons released in that commercial…Did that stunt include their clean up? I sure hope so.

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