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Apple iPhone XS TV Spot, 'Shot on iPhone XS: Don't Mess With Mother' Song by Megadeth

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As Megadeth's "Last Rites/Loved to Deth" slowly begins to build, shots flash of a zebra flicking its tail, a beetle battling up a sand dune and a seal blowing out its nostrils. More scenes flicker across the screen of owls blinking, a hippo sinking under the water and an elephant moving into the shadow. The slow build-up soon unleashes a torrent of music and scenes of animals striking, lava bursting out of the ground and avalanches cascading over snowy cliffs. As an iguana disdainfully shoots water out of its nostrils, Apple iPhone says, "Don't mess with Mother" and reveals that each scene was filmed on an iPhone.

April 18, 2019
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