Modern Family's upcoming episode filmed entirely on iPhone 6, iPads
An upcoming episode of hit sitcom Modern Family was filmed entirely using mobile gadgets.
Los Angeles: An upcoming episode of hit sitcom Modern Family was filmed entirely using mobile gadgets.
The Emmy Award-winning series set aside traditional cameras in favour of the tech company's newest iPhone 6 and iPad models for an episode titled Connection Lost, reported Ace Showbiz.
The story centres on Julie Bowen's character who is attempting to find her daughter following a fight in the airport as they are waiting to board a flight. Text messages, emails and FaceTime video chats with the rest of the family will be incorporated into the episode.
Modern Family co-creator Steve Levitan said, "Everything was shot on the iPhone 6 or new iPads... With one or two small scenes shot using MACBook Pros."
Connection Lost is set to air on February 25, 2015.
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