The iPhone X is used by the 50 most beautiful people of 2018 People magazine

A Spanish magazine used an iPhone for a recent photoshoot, pointed out CEO of Apple Tim Cook this week

People in Español used an iPhone X to film many images . his next June issue, which covers the 50 most beautiful people of 2018. Cook noted the use of the latest flagship of Apple in a tweet Friday morning.

As pointed out by the CEO of Apple, the cover photo of the magazine and other individual images were filmed using an iPhone X. Of course, other studio equipment – as lights and reflectors – were probably used in the photoshoot.

The story includes names such as Demi Lovato, Ricky Martin, John Leguizamo, Maluma, Balvin J, Amara La Negra, Geraldine Bazan and Jamie Camil, amg others.

The iPhones themselves are no strangers to the field of professial photography. In September, Time Magazine used an Apple device to shoot images as part of its "First: Women Who Change the World" story. And earlier in the year, publisher Cdé Nast revealed two magazines whose cover photos were taken an iPhone 7 Plus. A number 2017 Billboard also used an iPhone to film important images

Similarly, the technological giant Cupertino regularly markets the iPhone as a photo hitter. Cook has highlighted other photoshoots taken iPhone, including a series of recent images captured with iPhone X devices during Holi celebratis in India.

Apple also launched its first Instagram account in August 2017, where it highlights the user -submitted videos, photos and stories as part of its extensive "Shot iPhone" campaign. This marketing campaign also includes televisi, print and line advertising.

The iPhone X sports a 12-megapixel dual-lens camera at the back. Apple has also updated the telephoto and camera sensor, and used a new image signal processor to …

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