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Apple’s Terrifying Brisk Endeavor Relies on iPhone 15 Pro Max for Captivating Visual Creation

A little smoke for the Scary Fast event by Apple, showcasing the M3 chip, the new MacBook Pro, and the 24-inch iMac. In a grand finale, Apple revealed that the entire event was shot on an iPhone and edited on a Mac, utilizing the iPhone 15 Pro Max to capture the presenters, locations, and drone shots.

The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max boast a feature that allows them to shoot Apple ProRes video in Log color profile at a stunning 4K 60fps. However, external SSD storage is required to record videos in this format. Internally, the maximum recording resolution is 4K 30fps. Prior to this, the iPhone 15 Pro was promoted as capable of shooting professional-grade videos through the music video for Olivia Rodrigo’s “get him back!” which was shot using the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

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TLDR: Apple’s Scary Fast event showcased the M3 chip, the new MacBook Pro, and the 24-inch iMac. The entire event was shot on an iPhone and edited on a Mac, with the iPhone 15 Pro Max capturing presenters, locations, and drone shots. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max can shoot Apple ProRes video in Log color profile at 4K 60fps, with external SSD storage required. The maximum internal recording resolution is 4K 30fps. The iPhone 15 Pro was previously promoted for its ability to shoot professional-grade videos in Olivia Rodrigo’s music video for “get him back!”

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