Challenge assumptions

When I first got a mobile phone, the only two methods of communication were a phone call or a text message. Today, I'm using only a small sample of what is out there. And not to say they all overlap - each fulfilling a different use case and possibility

When I first got a mobile phone, the only two methods of communication were a phone call or a text message. Today, I'm using only a small sample of what is out there. And not to say they all overlap - each fulfilling a different use case and possibility

Incredible times, an indie movie fully shot using iPhones:

But the story behind the camera is as surprising as what’s in front of it. Particularly because the camera used to shoot Tangerine was the iPhone 5S.

It's plausible in that it's an indie movie so the whole idea is to experiment, right. And then you hear of a full episode of the hugely popular , airing at the end of February 2015:

To lend the episode, titled “Connection Lost,” authenticity, it was shot entirely with Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 tablets.

It's a fun challenge to what is 'normal' and your assumptions as the actors themselves found out:

At first, the cast wasn’t convinced shooting with the iPhone would work. "I had some hesitancy about it, more out of pride," says James Ransone, who plays Chester, the pimp at the center of Tangerine’s love triangle. "I’m like, Jesus Christ, man, I was on The Wire. I’ve ended up in iPhone movies!"

 

Swinging it around to my technology-based interest and trends, I've referenced this frequently over the years we're in a period of massive change. If you can now film a movie or tv show using just a mobile phone, what else is up for grabs? The mobile device is becoming the hub for everything we do. In the words of Jonny Ive, chief designer at Apple - there's so many good insights in this 17,000 word long(!) interview and insight into the fascinating company that is Apple:

“It’s terribly important that you constantly question the assumptions you’ve made.”
Neal McQuaid