During the annual Academy Awards ceremony Apple has launched a new advertisement for the iPad Air 2, one focus point: making movies on your iPad. Both filming and editing.
Personally, I must not think to make a movie with a tablet and disturb me there when I have to look at a concert what happens on stage by look at other people’s tablet screen. But Apple will find the Apple iPad Air 2 a fantastic device to deal with it videos. No, not just videos: complete films are shot with the iPad. The video is dedicated to them below, including sound clips from a speech that Martin Scorsese held at a university.
In addition, Apple has thrown a special website in the air, which we can see some movies created on the iPad: those projects are filmed and edited it on. Also you can read on their website about the applications that the videos are assembled, namely Final Draft, GarageBand and Video Grade (but certainly not iMovie, that seems to be meant for consumers). You can check the video above to see how all filmmakers so have deployed their iPads while making their own films.
The iPad Air 2 is, as the name suggests, the successor to the iPad Air that was announced in 2013. It is a tablet with a screen of 9.7 inches with a resolution of 2048 by 1536 pixels. The best on the screen of the Air 2 is laminated display: not only does this make the tablet thinner, also reflections appear less clear. Under the hood, we see Apple A8X-Processor, a processor designed specifically for the iPad Air 2. The chip uses the second generation of 64-bit architecture.