Five Gorgeous New “Shot on iPhone 6” Video Ads Debut from Apple
Apple has updated the “Shot on iPhone” advertising campaign to feature five new videos captured on iPhone 6. The new collection features some rather gorgeous movie clips from around the globe, using time lapse recording and slow-motion video capture, both of which are built-in and easy to use features on the iPhone Camera.
We’ve embedded each new clip below for easy viewing, some of them are simply stunning and certainly do a great job of demonstrating the incredible camera and photography capabilities of the latest iPhone hardware.
Shot on iPhone 6 by Hajime I.
Tropical fish dance around pristine coral reef in Hewiia, Papua New Guinea, as the song “The Magnificent Dance (feat. Black Shakespeare)” by The Lions plays in the background.
Makes you want to go scuba diving or snorkeling, doesn’t it?
Shot on iPhone 6 by Zak N.
The slow-motion video is taken from the barrel of a crashing wave in Haleiwa, Hawaii, with the song “The Victor” by Dick Dale soundtracking the movie clip.
Though not certain, it’s quite possible that “Zak N” is actually Zak Noyle, a professional surf photographer who often uses a Watershot Underwater Housing for iPhone 6 for many of his impressive Instagram images and videos that are similarly themed.
Shot on iPhone 6 by Yasunori I.
A beautifully framed time-lapse captures a stunning sunrise in Hewiia, Papua New Guinea, while the song “Digital Witness (St. Vincent Cover)” by SOAK plays in the background.
Shot on iPhone 6 by Gabriela M.
What looks like a white Toyota Land Cruiser driving across the salt flats of Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, the song “Bugatti (feat. Pusha T)” by Tiga soundtracks the video.
Shot on iPhone 6 by Joshua N.
A train rides across a rail line in slow-motion in Anchorage, AK , with the song “All I Do Is Drive” by Johnny Cash soundtracking the video.
These new Shot On iPhone video clips add to the stable of numerous other collections that Apple has put together and run on TV and the web as advertisements for the iPhone. The new clips are running concurrently to the completely different “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone” ad campaign.
These are great
Beautiful videos sure, but I don’t feel good about the earths last great mysterious expanse, Papua New Guinea, winding up on Apple commercials. Can’t anything remain a mystery?