Selena Gomez's New 'Lose You to Love Me' Video Shot on iPhone 11 Pro

Selena Gomez today released a new song and video entitled "Lose You to Love Me," and the entire video was shot in black and white using an iPhone 11 Pro.


Apple has released a one-minute clip of the video as part of its ongoing "Shot on iPhone" series, but the full video is available on Gomez's YouTube channel.


As noted by Billboard, the video was shot by noted music video director Sophie Muller.

Apple has released quite a few different types of photos and videos in its "Shot on ‌iPhone‌" series, including stills, sports-themed videos, and short films. More recently, Apple has expanded the campaign to include musicains and bands on tour and even ASMR videos.

Top Rated Comments

bpeeps Avatar
30 months ago
Post about a pop star? I expect these comments to be full of hate. Don’t let me down MR, I’ll check back in the morning.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
zooby Avatar
30 months ago
Cue the comments where MR readers trash Selena (just like they do with any other current pop star) & "modern music sucks/let's listen to Queen or The Beatles aka real music"
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Vjosullivan Avatar
30 months ago
You may not like the video but this is a huge deal. I mean, the average Joe really has no excuse now.
If you're in professional studio with professional lighting, a professional artist with all the professional make-up, hair and wardrobe people and associated facilities; the ability to reshoot everything as often as needed and then finishing with professional post processing and editing then you're probably not an "average Joe".
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tomi03 Avatar
30 months ago
Hahahahha, btw video edited on windows since nothing works on macOS Catalina
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Michael Scrip Avatar
30 months ago

Nice song, but uninspired video. :(
Exactly. It doesn't really show much.

Here's a better example of a music video shot on a regular iPhone 11... not Pro!

Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
H. Flower Avatar
30 months ago
The compression is terrible on this video. I kept checking to see if it was displaying in standard def, but it wasn't. Thus, it's really hard to tell if the phone handled it well.

Her face does look overexposed though.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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