Affiliate Disclosure
If you buy through our links, we may get a commission. Read our ethics policy.

'Shot on iPhone' doc reveals behind the scenes of Usher's Super Bowl Halftime Show

Super Bowl Halftime Show from Super Bowl LVIII [Apple]

A new "Shot on iPhone" video has been released by Apple, one showing highlights from Usher's Apple Music Halftime Show from Super Bowl LVIII.

Lasting over 10 minutes, the video released on Apple's official YouTube channel offers a view of "the epic show, like you've never seen before," according to the description.

Rather than just featuring clips from the performance itself, presented by Apple Music, the "Shot on iPhone" version instead cuts between interviews and the final show. It also features behind-the-scenes preparations for the event, including rehearsals with dancers and other featured artists.

Four songs are featured in the video, including Usher's "Caught Up," as well as "My Boo" with Alicia Keys, "OMG" with, and "Yeah" with Ludacris and Lil Jon.

Much like other videos in the Shot on iPhone campaign, the entire documentary was filmed using the iPhone 15 Pro. Over 40 iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max units were used in its production, ranging from typical use to being attached to performers on stage.

The film was directed by Mike Carson with Xiaolong Liu serving as the director of photography. The halftime show itself was directed by Jay-Z and Hamish Hamilton.

The documentary is a big demonstration of the iPhone 15 Pro range's videography potential, with the current-gen models featuring the ability to film in Log and to capture 4K ProRes video at 60 frames per second to an external storage device.