Samsung turns it up a notch.
In each of Samsung’s recent commercials poking fun at Apple’s iPhones, there has been a very specific jab taken at the iPhone X’s notch. Now, Samsung takes it up a notch to address it head on.
In the latest Samsung commercial, it features the same Apple “genius” attempting to answer the questions of someone looking at the latest iPhone. The shopper is concerned about the notch. And is given the exact advice we’ve come to expect from the fruit flavored company. “You’ll get used to it.”
At the end, the customer who has given in completely to the Apple ecosystem returns, and he’s brought his family with him.
The next add goes after Apple’s choice to charge users a ridiculous amount for storage while not allowing the use of SD cards. After all, why allow customer’s convenience, when you can make a profit at their expense instead?
And finally a quick slam about multitasking via split screen. Something which Samsung first brought to the table, and is now a standard in Android.
I wrote a few days ago about the Samsung commercial which made fun of Apples dongle issues. Little did I know at the time that was merely one of several videos which Samsung had uploaded.
Here are the rest, starting with one addressing an issue that is making headlines right now. The fact that Apple’s radios are slower than competitors, and the news that won’t be changing anytime soon.
The radios aren’t the only thing that isn’t fast. But hey, Apple will sell you some proprietary accessories to make up for it.
And finally, in a video about the camera, a much more telling story is exposed. The commitment to Apple which many Apple users have, even in the face of facts.
There once was a time that Apple made funny little commercials with Justin Long acting as a Mac and that other guy acting as a PC. It was very funny for the time. Now, Apple has decided to, well, I’m not sure what they’ve decided to do. Now they have dance videos that never even show the product. It’s nice to see someone out there making funny commercials that make sense.