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What Does the New iPhone 11 Pro Mean for 2020?

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The Film Studio in Your Pocket

What Does the New
iPhone 11 Pro
Mean for 2020?

February 18, 2020
For Mixed Media

The Film Studio in Your Pocket

What Does the New
iPhone 11 Pro
Mean for 2020?

February 18, 2020
June 29th, 2007 was a turning point in technology.

On that day, Steve Jobs launched the iPhone, and life would never be the same again. Before that date, you had a separate cell phone (or home phone), computer, digital camera, and video camera. The iPhone combined them all, forging a new path that would lead not only to the social media revolution, but a new generation of content creators who needed just a phone to capture their visions.

Now, with the iPhone 11 Pro, that authentic content is almost indistinguishable from professional footage captured on $6,000+ cameras. And as the latest commercial (shot by Hobbs & Shaw director David Leitch) for the iPhone 11 Pro proves, you can get truly cinematic footage with a device that simply slips into your pocket. Steven Soderberg’s Unsane, Tangerine, and the Netflix film High Flying Bird, were all filmed entirely on an iPhone. This is huge. With iPhone quality now on a par with equipment that only serious professionals could afford, iPhone content will lead the way for a new wave of content creators.
June 29th, 2007 was a turning point in technology.

On that day, Steve Jobs launched the iPhone, and life would never be the same again. Before that date, you had a separate cell phone (or home phone), computer, digital camera, and video camera. The iPhone combined them all, forging a new path that would lead not only to the social media revolution, but a new generation of content creators who needed just a phone to capture their visions.

Now, with the iPhone 11 Pro, that authentic content is almost indistinguishable from professional footage captured on $6,000+ cameras. And as the latest commercial (shot by Hobbs & Shaw director David Leitch) for the iPhone 11 Pro proves, you can get truly cinematic footage with a device that simply slips into your pocket. Steven Soderberg’s Unsane, Tangerine, and the Netflix film High Flying Bird, were all filmed entirely on an iPhone. This is huge. With iPhone quality now on a par with equipment that only serious professionals could afford, iPhone content will lead the way for a new wave of content creators.

What Impact Will the iPhone 11 Pro Have in 2020?

Think about Quentin Tarantino or Kevin Smith and how they got their start in film. They both had to do some serious hustling to get the equipment they needed to shoot their debut movies. Smith famously put over $20,000 on credit cards to make Clerks.

Today’s content creators, whether they’re making commercials, movies, TV shows, or documentaries, can do it with the same device they use to call their friends or place a DoorDash order. The ease of creating authentic content with the iPhone 11 Pro, with its three lenses, user-friendly interfaces, and instant shareability, makes this smartphone the smartest choice for content creators.

They have instant, affordable access to a device that can capture professional-quality content. Coupled with the 5G technology that’s coming in 2020, you have the perfect storm for a new wave of content. iPhone quality is so good, it’s put high tech gear in the hands of millions.

Due to the software used, guided direction could be pushed to these leaders throughout each leg so that no shots were left behind. And as the footage was organized and edited as it came in, recap videos were available shortly after each leg of the ride to share with the participants... a great and fulfilling way to thank them for their time.

What Impact Will the iPhone 11 Pro Have in 2020… and Beyond?

Think about Quentin Tarantino or Kevin Smith and how they got their start in film. They both had to do some serious hustling to get the equipment they needed to shoot their debut movies. Smith famously put over $20,000 on credit cards to make Clerks.

Today’s content creators, whether they’re making commercials, movies, TV shows, or documentaries, can do it with the same device they use to call their friends or place a DoorDash order. The ease of creating authentic content with the iPhone 11 Pro, with its three lenses, user-friendly interfaces, and instant shareability, makes this smartphone the smartest choice for content creators.

They have instant, affordable access to a device that can capture professional-quality content. Coupled with the 5G technology that’s coming in 2020, you have the perfect storm for a new wave of content. iPhone quality is so good, it’s put high tech gear in the hands of millions.

Due to the software used, guided direction could be pushed to these leaders throughout each leg so that no shots were left behind. And as the footage was organized and edited as it came in, recap videos were available shortly after each leg of the ride to share with the participants... a great and fulfilling way to thank them for their time.

With iPhone 11 Pro, the Possibilities are Endless.

No equipment to buy. No camera crew. No limits.

In 2020, we’re going to see a flood of content hit the Internet that’s powerful, professional, and perfected for a “content is king” philosophy. “The Revolution Will Be Televised” has changed to “The Revolution Will Be Filmed on an iPhone 11 Pro,” and it will be created and distributed by an army of young (sometimes very young) creative people who use SnapChat, TikTok and Instagram hourly. To them, this is all second nature.

Anyone with an iPhone 11 Pro and the drive to film their ideas will have everything they need to get it done. And with genuine User-Generated Content in demand from micro and nano-influencers, that footage will be scooped up quickly. Coupled with an app like Cinebody, and 5G speeds, brands can curate, edit and distribute that high-quality content to followers in hours instead of weeks.

We’ve reached another turning point. The launch of the iPhone was a game-changer; the iPhone 11 Pro, well, that’s an entirely different game. Content creators around the world are no longer in the minor leagues... they’re playing in the majors.

With iPhone 11 Pro, the Possibilities are Endless.

No equipment to buy. No camera crew. No limits.

In 2020, we’re going to see a flood of content hit the Internet that’s powerful, professional, and perfected for a “content is king” philosophy. “The Revolution Will Be Televised” has changed to “The Revolution Will Be Filmed on an iPhone 11 Pro,” and it will be created and distributed by an army of young (sometimes very young) creative people who use SnapChat, TikTok and Instagram hourly. To them, this is all second nature.

Anyone with an iPhone 11 Pro and the drive to film their ideas will have everything they need to get it done. And with genuine User-Generated Content in demand from micro and nano-influencers, that footage will be scooped up quickly. Coupled with an app like Cinebody, and 5G speeds, brands can curate, edit and distribute that high-quality content to followers in hours instead of weeks.

We’ve reached another turning point. The launch of the iPhone was a game-changer; the iPhone 11 Pro, well, that’s an entirely different game. Content creators around the world are no longer in the minor leagues... they’re playing in the majors.
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