Apple Runs “Shot on iPhone 6” TV Commercials Showing Off Camera Abilities [Videos]
Apple has unveiled a series of commercials which feature video shot by iPhone 6 users. Each of the advertisements shows off the high quality recording capabilities of iPhone, most of which demonstrate some of the more interesting camera features like the ability to easily capture time-lapse and slow-motion video.
The seven videos are shot from a variety of places around the world, each clip is 15 seconds long and features an accompanying soundtrack. Those interested can find the song names for each song featured in the ads on the YouTube page for the individual videos.
You’ll likely start seeing these on TV during the traditional timeslots that Apple runs commercials, but the videos are embedded below for easy viewing as well.
The slow-motion bird feeder in France (slow motion):
Seagull flying over a breaking wave in Hermosa Beach, California (slow motion):
Kids playing Cricket on a beach in India (slow motion):
A boat ride in Myanmar (slow motion):
Train ride through Chicago (time-lapse):
A lazy dog is tired in Oregon (normal):
A closeup of a crawling lady bug in California (shot with an Olloclip lens):
Even if you’re not interested in keeping on top of Apple commercials and advertising efforts, most of the short movies are interesting enough to warrant a view or two, and perhaps inspire you to get out there with your own iPhone camera. The videos are also available to view on the iPhone World Gallery page of Apple.com which features some really nice photography shot with iPhone cameras.
The movies first appeared on the Apple YouTube channel, but according to Recode, the short videos just started airing on television as well.