Apple’s ‘Scary Fast’ Mac Event Was Shot Entirely On iPhone 15 Pro Max, Here’s BTS Video Of It

Apple’s ‘Scary Fast’ Mac event took place yesterday and the company unveiled two new laptops and a refreshed 24-inch iMac alongside three new M3-series chips.

The event was streamed online, having been previously filmed at the company’s Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino. And, it turns out, the whole thing was filmed on an iPhone.

These streamed events have a history of great video footage and this one was no different. In fact, nobody would have noticed that the new video wasn’t filmed on the usual high-end camera equipment. But once the stream finished text appeared on-screen to say that the whole thing was shot on an iPhone before being edited on a Mac. It was later confirmed that the iPhone in question was the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

The iPhone 15 Pro family of devices is the best yet in terms of video capture thanks to support for the LOG video format as well as recording to external USB-C drives. That allows for more storage than is currently available in an iPhone — something required when you capture video at the best quality available from one of these devices.

As for the event itself, Apple announced an updated 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros with M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max chips while the 24-inch iMac now has a new M3 chip inside. As part of the new lineup Apple also canceled the M2 13-inch MacBook Pro, replacing it with the M3 14-inch model.

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