Apple Shows Off Five Hours Of Museum Footage, Shot On Single iPhone Battery

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Video screenshot via Apple

Apple has all good things to say about the battery life of its iPhone 11 Pro, and has the receipts to back its claims up.

In the latest addition to its ongoing Shot on iPhone campaign, the tech giant flaunted an extensive reel spanning over five hours of non-stop footage at the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Russia.

The video was directed by Axinya Gog, and chronicles the Hermitage Museum’s 45 galleries, 588 artifacts, and live performances, in a single continuous take over five hours, 19 minutes and 28 seconds.

At the end, the iPhone 11 Pro used to shoot the film was still left with 19-percent of juice despite running on a single battery charge.

A minute-long supercut can be found in the first video, and the full film can be enjoyed right below.

[via MacRumors, video and cover image via Apple]

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