Now everyone’s favourite tech firm is back spruiking the merits of the new iPhone 15’s camera with its Portrait Mode and how it can adjust focus later on after a photo has been taken.
The ad, called “Album cover” and the work of incumbent creative agency TBWA\Media Arts Lab, follows a trio of band members squabbling over a potential image for a new album cover.
The plot thickens when we learn the female protagonist penned said album about her break-up with the band’s guitarist.
It’s good Millennial fun and follows Apple’s ongoing marketing push that its smartphones are actually pro filmmaking devices. Watch the work below:
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