What you need to know
- Forty high school students in India have used the iPhone 13 mini to create a photo exhibition.
- The students from Tamil Nadu took photos for 'A Land of Stories'.
- Their work is now on display at the Egmore Museum in Chennai.
Forty high school students in India have created a stunning photo exhibition shot on the iPhone 13 mini.
Apple CEO Tim Cook highlighted the work of the students from Tamil Nadu, whose work is now featured in the 'A Land of Stories' exhibition at the Egmore Museum in Chennai.
Forty high school students from Tamil Nadu, India captured the vibrance of their communities on iPhone 13 mini. Now their work is featured in the student showcase at the historic Egmore Museum for the Chennai Photo Biennale. #ShotOniPhone https://t.co/t0DhNYWGvm pic.twitter.com/I30DTwZkbTForty high school students from Tamil Nadu, India captured the vibrance of their communities on iPhone 13 mini. Now their work is featured in the student showcase at the historic Egmore Museum for the Chennai Photo Biennale. #ShotOniPhone https://t.co/t0DhNYWGvm pic.twitter.com/I30DTwZkbT— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) March 25, 2022March 25, 2022
From the Chennai Photo Biennale Foundation:
The exhibition will run through April 17, 2022, and will feature weekend guided tours. The installation is also on display at the Aptronix store in VR Mall, Chennai.
Apple's iPhone 13 mini is one of the best iPhones for users who want a small form factor iPhone, however, there are reports that Apple plans to replace the mini with a new 'Max' iPhone 14 that will sit alongside the regular sized device in its lineup. The device is not expected to receive a new A-Series chip this year.
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