Statistics service Statista reports that in 2012, over 44.3 million smartphone users in the United States used an Apple iPhone. To get an idea of how huge that number is, imagine nearly every person in Ukraine right now, and then picture them holding an iPhone.
Clearly the Apple product is an indispensable part of millions of Americans’ lives, but just how does it come into being? What does its “life” look like?
In this cute short, “The Life and Death of an iPhone,” Paul Trillo explores his phone’s lifespan in just about every way possible: the short is shot entirely on an iPhone, edited on it and seen from the phone’s “perspective.”