Jaunt, the cinematic VR company known for its host of high-profile 360 video content, has officially entered Apple Territory with its first iOS app—Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die” 360 concert.

Originally released back in November 2014 on Google Cardboard and Oculus DK1/DK2, Apple fans can now get in on the concert that puts you up close and personal with Sir Paul McCartney performing his 1973 hit “Live and Let Die.”

Download ‘Paul McCartney 360 Concert Experience’ For iOS 

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Although the experience is optimized for iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus; any device capable of running iOS 8.0 or later can view the concert.

Among Jaunt’s several stereoscopic 360 musical experiences, which include selections from Jack White, Big Sean, R5, and Elle, the studio has also produced short films—Black Mass, Kaiju Fury!, and The Mission. For now, Apple fans will have to bide their time with Mr. McCartney’s musical stylings until Jaunt releases their full content lineup.

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