Lady Gaga's New 'Stupid Love' Music Video Shot Entirely on iPhone 11 Pro

Lady Gaga this evening released her latest single, "Stupid Love," with a music video to go along with it. The video was shot entirely on an iPhone 11 Pro.


Prior to the video's release, Lady Gaga shared a series of teaser trailers featuring the new song, and Apple has also highlighted the video on its own YouTube channel in a shorter one minute clip.


There have been other high-profile Shot on iPhone music videos, including the video for Selena Gomez's "Lose You to Love Me" single, also shot on an ‌iPhone 11 Pro‌.

Lady Gaga's new single, which is available on Apple Music, is the first new song she's released since creating songs for "A Star is Born." Apple previously partnered with Lady Gaga when she performed at Apple Park in May 2019 for the formal opening of Apple's new campus.

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5 weeks ago
Cue the comments pretentious negative posts trashing Gaga because "modern music sucks/let's listen to Queen or The Beatles aka real music'
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Post about a pop star in Macrumors, the comments should be a riot by morning.
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“Shot with Filmic Pro. Additional hardware used.”

It’s very cool! But... it’s not what they’re trying to make it seem like lol.

That being said, it’s a banger and I can’t wait to listen all summer.

I mean, it was still shot on iPhone. Filmic Pro is a $15 app anyone can buy.
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“Shot with Filmic Pro. Additional hardware used.”

It’s very cool! But... it’s not what they’re trying to make it seem like lol.

That being said, it’s a banger and I can’t wait to listen all summer.
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5 weeks ago
the bitrate makes it pretty obvious it was shot with a phone
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5 weeks ago


My iphone can do that?


If you add skills, drones, makeups, visual effects, editing, dancers, costumes, stabilizers, lights and a bunch of other things, then the answer is yes. Oh, and don't forget all the audio-related stuff...
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