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Shot on iPhone: 8 awesome user videos Apple thinks you’ll love

Apple’s ‘Shot on iPhone’ campaign is a ruddy good bit of marketing, which explains why it lives on nearly two years after its inception.

Apple has released eight new videos that were all shot on an iPhone to promote the new(-ish) iPhone 6S.  All of the videos were captured legitimately by actual iPhone users, and have been repurposed on Apple’s YouTube channel to showcase the phone’s excellent camera.

Here are the new videos:

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Sepang, Malaysia
Song: “Florence (ft. Kews)” by Loyle Carner

Byron Bay, Australia
Song: “Soda Pop Fiction” by Polyenso

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Song: “Five Minutes” by Her

Airplane flight between Miami and Curacao
Song: “Past Lives” by BØRNS

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Kasane, Botswana
Song: “Make Me” by Ricky Remedy

Selfkant, Germany
Song: “Chocolate (Milk Version” by Jesse Rose & Trozé

Pleneau Bay, Antarctica
Song: “Gossipo Perpetuo” by Jean-Jacques Perrey

Los Angeles, United States
Song: “In Your River” by Snoh Aalegra

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