Apple opens up ‘Shot on iPhone’ macro challenge

Apple has opened a new ‘Shot on iPhone’ macro challenge for its iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max users – you know, the company’s only phones with Macro mode.

To enter you’d need to own one of those, capture a macro image and post it on Instagram, Twitter, or Weibo with the #ShotoniPhone and #iPhonemacrochallenge hashtags, while noting which device you’ve used for the image.

Edited images are accepted – whether from Apple’s Photos app or third-party software.

A macro image we captured in our review of the iPhone 13 Pro - not that we're entering it
A macro image we captured in our review of the iPhone 13 Pro – not that we’re entering it

The winner’s photos can be posted by Apple in its Newsroom, Instagram account, or even blown up to life-size and displayed in an Apple store somewhere in the world. There’s no prize money, though, but you’ll likely get a name credit.

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Author: Ivan
Source: GSMArena

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