Apple shares Korean martial arts fantasy film shot on iPhone 13 Pro by ‘Oldboy’ director Park Chan-wook
- “Life is But a Dream,” a South Korean martial arts fantasy short film, is the latest installment in Apple’s “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign.
- It was written and directed by internationally renowned South Korean director Park Chan-wook and filmed on an iPhone 13 Pro.
- The short film follows the story of an undertaker who digs up an abandoned grave to build a coffin for his village’s hero. He accidentally awakens the ghost of a powerful swordsman keen on defending his grave.
South Korean martial arts short film “Life is But a Dream” is the latest installment in Apple’s “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign.
The 21-minute long film, commissioned by Apple and shot on an iPhone 13 Pro, was written and directed by the internationally renowned South Korean director Park Chan-wook, who is known for his 2016 film “The Handmaiden” and his 2003 film “Oldboy.”
Hamee, a Japanese cell phone accessories company, has released a phone case that imitates the act of holding a woman’s hand.
The iPhone case, which Hamee calls “Nami’s Hand,” is said to be modeled after a real woman’s hand with realsitc details including the white on the nails and palm lines, according to Grapee.
Zhou Yangyang and Jiang Quan are accused of sending the company fake devices to be replaced with brand-new genuine models, South China Morning Post reports.
A Japanese inventor once created an iPhone charger that made a lot of people on the internet shout WTF because of its incredibly disturbing design that looks like a pulsating umbilical chord.
This iPhone charger, which by the way nobody asked for, was designed by the inventor as “social commentary on the growing dependence over smart phones,” according to Mashable.
A Chinese man is now facing serious organ failure after having sold one of his kidneys to buy an iPhone 4 when he was a teenager.
The man, identified by local media as Xiao Wang, was then 17 years old in 2011 when he decided to sell his kidney to buy the iPhone 4, Apple’s latest smartphone model at the time.
Travel Instagrammer @mindbodycolleen is under fire for saying many Indian people don’t have an iPhone and that they wouldn’t know how to use the latest iPhone X model.
The account is run by Colleen Grady, a model from Indianapolis, Indiana. The now-deleted post which has been widely shared on Facebook shows @mindbodycolleen, who lost her “sleek, expensive, 5-month-old iPhone X” on the streets of Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, India.
A Malaysian man who suspiciously ‘loses’ his iPhone every year was recently arrested after local authorities uncovered his fraudulent money-making scheme.
The 34-year-old marketing manager from Bukit Mertajam in Penang had reportedly been making false police reports that his iPhone gets ‘stolen’ to claim insurance money.
According to Free Malaysia Today, the unnamed suspect has been filing his fake complaints since 2013. His most recent attempt got the attention of investigators on Saturday.
A disgruntled Chinese traveler was demerited on his “social credit” standing after he was recently caught on camera slapping an airport worker in the face with his iPhone.
Identified only by his surname Wu, the man was reportedly upset that his flight at the Qingdao airport had been cancelled the day before due to unsafe weather conditions.
“Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu recently put Apple’s new iPhone XS Max to the test by shooting a short film in 4K.
WIRED magazine provided the filmmaker with the unit that he used for the film which he shot handheld-style using only the native camera app, stabilizer, and available light.
A woman in Shanghai, China screamed in terror as her smartphone exploded just a few inches away from her face.
The incident, which was caught on video, occurred on Wednesday morning while the woman drove along a motorway.
A mother from Shanghai, China, had the most shocking iPhone experience after her 2-year-old son accidentally locked it for nearly half a century while playing with the lock screen.
According to Chinese media outlet Kankanews via South China Morning Post, the woman, identified only by her surname Lu, gave the phone to her son back in January so he could watch educational videos on it.
A man in China got the shock of his life when a iPhone battery exploded right in front of his face after biting down into it to check its authenticity.
The incident happened at an electronics mall in an unnamed city in China, according to Chinese reports.