Apple 'Let Loose' Event Filmed Exclusively on iPhone 15 Pro Unveils New iPad Pro and iPad Air

May 7, 2024

Apple enthusiasts around the globe are buzzing with excitement as the tech giant unveils its latest lineup of innovations. Among the highlights are the much-anticipated new iPads, including the iPad Air and Air Pro, alongside the new Apple Pencil. Just like the previous Apple "Scary Fest" event this was also filmed exclusively on iPhone 15 Pro Seires which once again shows us the unparalleled quality and remarkable capabilities of the iPhone 15 cameras reaffirming their position at the forefront of mobile photography and filmmaking.

Once again, just like in the previous event, it's incredibly exciting and gratifying to see the Apple team using our Beastgrip Pro rigs on set. It's a testament to the quality of our gear and a source of pride knowing that it's being relied upon for high-level production.

Beastgrip Pro - universal rig


One of the most exciting announcements is the introduction of Final Cut Camera and Final Cut Pro for iPad 2, which is set to debut later this spring and will completely revolutionize the way we create content on the go. The standout feature of the new Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 is Live Multicam, which transforms the iPad into a mobile production studio, empowering users to seamlessly view and control up to four connected iPhones and iPad wirelessly. This capability opens up a world of possibilities for capturing multi-angle shots and dynamic footage with unprecedented ease. But that's not all – accompanying Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 is the introduction of Final Cut Camera, a new app designed to complement the editing process. With Final Cut Camera, users gain control over essential parameters such as white balance, ISO and shutter speed, ensuring optimal image quality and consistency across all footage. Moreover, monitoring tools like overexposure indicators and focus peaking enhance the precision of each shot, empowering creators to achieve professional-grade results directly from their mobile devices.


Final Cut Camera operates seamlessly as a standalone capture app or in tandem with Live Multicam, providing users with maximum flexibility and control over their production workflow. Additionally, Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 offers enhanced project management capabilities, allowing users to create or access projects from external storage devices. This added flexibility streamlines the editing process, enabling editors to work more efficiently and creatively, whether in the studio or on location.

Imagine being able to control multiple cameras simultaneously with your iPad. It's definitely a game-changer for aspiring filmmakers and professionals alike. This new app promises to enhance the user experience even further. With its seamless integration with iPads and its focus on facilitating the editing process, this app is set to become a staple in the toolkit of any smartphone filmmaker. The ability to effortlessly work with multiple cameras and edit footage on the go is a testament to Apple's commitment to empowering creativity.


We're eagerly looking forward to seeing if Apple will share behind-the-scenes footage like they've done with their previous event. Their behind-the-scenes videos are always interesting because they show us how everything is filmed and share cool details about the production process. The shots they show during the event make us curious about how they were made, so getting a peek behind the curtain would be awesome!


Apple's latest announcements have set the stage for a new era of creativity and innovation in smartphone filmmaking. With tools like Final Cut Camera and Final Cut Pro for iPad 2, coupled with the seamless integration of iPhones and iPads, the possibilities are truly endless. Whether you're a seasoned professional or an aspiring filmmaker, there's never been a better time to unleash your creativity with Apple.


May 07, 2024 — Oleg Gavronski