Apple this evening has shared two brand-new videos as part of its Shot on iPhone project. Apple initially presented videos to the project earlier this month and made additions 2 weeks earlier, also. Today’s 2 new clips are do the same with the earlier videos and are 15 seconds long. They have been contributed to both Apple’s World Gallery web page and its YouTube channel.
The first clip, shot in Votorantim, Brazil, showcases the slow-mo abilities of the iPhone 6. The 2nd video likewise was shot in slow motion and reveals off Chaiyaphum, Thailand. Both clips bring an important background track and end by giving credit to the videographers and with the Shot on iPhone slogan.
Apple launched its Shot on iPhone 6 advertising campaign back in March and has given that broadened the project to structures and high-rise buildings around the world.
Previously today, Apple received the top Outdoor Lions prize at the Cannes Festival for its Shot on iPhone Campaign.
You can see the videos on Apple’s website or via the YouTube embeds below: