Apple has produced an unusual video in its 'Shot on iPhone' campaign, showing the battery power and utility of the iPhone 11 Pro's camera in a five-hour single-take tour of the Hermitage museum in St.Petersburg, Russia.
Apple has marked the Chinese New Year with its latest "Shot on iPhone" video, a short film recorded on the iPhone 11 Pro featuring three generations of Chinese women gathering together for the annual event.
Pop star Selena Gomez on Wednesday debuted "Lose You To Love Me" on a variety of streaming services including Apple Music, with the new song seeing release alongside an accompanying music video shot entirely on iPhone 11 Pro.
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and special guest Charlie Chapman talk about the release of iOS 13, 13.1 betas, and the whole strange saga of this beta season. (Don't install iOS 13.0 unless you have a Series 5 Apple Watch.) We also talk about whether Disney and Apple could really have merged under Steve Jobs.
Apple has released three new videos in its 'Shot on iPhone' series, this time demonstrating how the iPhone XS' cameras could be used to capture the action at concerts and other performances, both on the stage and behind the scenes.
It's well known that the iPhone's video quality is top notch among mobile devices, with each release pushing forward what people can do with the tiny portable computing devices. Today we're taking a look at Sandmarc's Anamorphic Lens for the iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR, and how you can use it to achieve a more cinematic look from your iPhone.
The latest "Shot on iPhone" advertisement, which appeared on the Apple India YouTube channel on Thursday, features Indian cricket players of all ages and abilities in a celebration of sports and culture.
Apple has moved on to its third iteration of "Shot on iPhone Experiments" video series, with the latest "Cascade" focusing on imagery of water flowing in a variety of different ways, all taken with the iPhone XS' rear camera.
The latest in Apple's line of "Shot on iPhone" documentary films has been published to the company's YouTube page, this time highlighting the Flying Cholitas, an association of female wrestlers based in El Alto, Bolivia.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has marked Earth Day by highlighting four environmentally-themed photographs as part of the company's ongoing "Shot on iPhone" social media campaign, with all of the images of animals and plant life taken using an iPhone.
A behind-the-scenes video of Apple's "Don't Mess with Mother" video expands on the production of the dramatic nature-centric video — and demonstrates that sharks and monkeys both are interested in the iPhone.