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Shot on iPhone campaign captures 16 artists on tour including Florence + the Machine, FKA Twigs, more

Apple has launched its latest Shot on iPhone campaign that features 16 artists on tour. The behind the scenes look at some of today’s most popular artists includes new YouTube videos and billboard ads of Florence + the Machine, FKA Twigs, Kacey Musgraves, Skrillex, Travis Scott, Kamasi Washington, and more.

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The 71st annual Emmy Awards are coming up in September and nominations have been announced today. Two of Apple’s ads, both made with the TBWA ad agency, have been nominated for Outstanding Commerical 2019.

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Tim Cook shares four stunning Shot on iPhone nature photos for Earth Day

A Tim Cook Earth Day tweet has shown off four ‘Shot on iPhone’ nature photos. These show two penguins against a mountain backdrop, a tiny frog sitting in a flower (above), a close-up of a snake and a giraffe beneath a tree on an open plain with rain in the background …

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Update: There’s now a behind-the-scenes video too – which shows they used explosives to create the avalanche …

Apple is out today with another ‘Shot on iPhone XS‘ video (below), this one entitled Don’t mess with Mother (Earth).

It features a wide variety of stunning wildlife and nature clips shot by four award-winning film directors known as the Camp4 Collective …

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Latest ‘Shot on iPhone XS’ film highlights underwater videography and Cuba’s surfing scene

Apple has shared a new Shot on iPhone XS film today on its YouTube channel that puts the spotlight on Cuba’s growing surf community as well as underwater videography.

shot on iphone Stories February 27

Apple teams up with NHL to promote ‘Shot on iPhone’ campaign, player photos taken by teammates

Apple’s Shot on iPhone campaign has exploded over the past several years. Today, the company is putting up more billboards using the tagline but rather than taking photos shot by normal people, the company is highlighting shots taken by NHL stars.

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