No amount of words could perfectly describe this video. Well, for Apple fans like me, it’s so easy to say it’s amazing. I’ve gone Mac seven years ago and I have never looked back. My first Apple gadget was a blue iPod Mini which I bought in Singapore. It still works but I have to keep it charged and plugged while in use. Then I got a white MacBook then an iPhone 3G, iPad, another iPhone 4, another iPad, and an iPod Nano. When the white MacBook died, I bought an 11-inch MacBook Air. It’s just amazing! Super fast! I don’t need a kick-ass computer because I’m not a gamer nor a developer. I’m a writer but I need a fast machine so time isn’t wasted. True enough, the MacBook Air which I named Queen Susan has been a big help.
Three years have gone and the MacAir’s Apple Care plan is about to expire. I’m thinking of getting a 13-inch MacBook Air but I’m leaning towards an iMac too. The entry-level iMac is fine with me. (We’ll see if I have enough budget for that.)
I can only show you my “collection” of Apple gadgets but really, there’s no need. I’m willing to bet your house is filled with more.
Apple knows that they have millions of fans that they were able to create a video using iPhones in just one day. The video entitle ‘1.24.14’ showcases what Mac products can do.
Here’s a rundown of the numbers: 100 iPhones, 15 locations, 70 hours total of footage, within 24 hours, 21 editors
Directing the shooting process was British film director Jake Scott via Facetime. The total footage was then sent to Angus Wall, a Hollywood editor, who then worked with his 21 editors.
So many stories have been shared. Is your story included here?
Watch the video HERE.
< Source: Apple >