Apple’s Oscar Ad Shot Entirely on an iPad

Apple debuted a new iPad ad to air during tonight’s Oscar’s. Apple highlights the new ad on their website which features students at Los Angeles County High School, using the iPad to write, produce, shoot, score, and edit films. It features a voiceover from Martin Scorsese and is called “Make a film with iPad”.


Mashable reports that the ad itself was filmed entirely on an iPad Air 2. Apple created a special section in the App Store highlighting the various apps used by the students for their filmmaking.

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