Apple has published seven videos in its 'Experiments' series, including four episodes and four behind-the-scenes videos. Each video is intended to show what's possible with 'an iPhone, simple materials, and boundless creativity,' according to the company. The latest video involves effects created by fire and ice; past examples include water and colorful objects.

The methods used to create Apple's newest Experiments videos are fairly simple and reproducible at home, including the use of dry ice, what appears to be isopropyl alcohol in a glass jug, a wire mesh covered in lint and caught on fire, a red hot piece of metal placed on dark paper and more. The majority of the shots were captured by hand.