- Official release of iPhone X on Friday.
- Samsung debuted its new Apple- bashing ad .
- The company continued to mock iPhone.
One of the company’s stock in trades is Samsung ads mocking iPhones. And that also include the ones which made fun of the lack of a headphone jack in the iPhone 7 and iPhone X.
However, the Korean Company has followed Apple’s example. It followed with its latest flagship device, the Galaxy Note 10. One of the notable changes from earlier models is that Samsung has dropped the headphone socket. And this was observed by 9to5Google .
Samsung today finally the Galaxy Note 10 family at an event in New York City. After a few months of leaks and rumors, this release happened. The Note line is getting two models, for the very first time. And it is also losing the headphone jack for the first time on a Samsung flagship.
Also, that would be same decision that Apple made three years ago with the launch of the iPhone 7, and which Samsung attacked at the time.
And Samsung continued making fun of the idea of a premium device without a headphone socket a year later, when the iPhone X debuted.
The official release of the iPhone X was on Friday. And following the release , Samsung is out today with a new ad for its Galaxy Note 8 flagship. However, the new ad slams the iPhone X’s notch design, the lack of a headphone jack, and much more.
And yeas, Samsung mocks the iPhone 7 for its lack of support for Qi-enabled wireless charging.
But the internet remembers.https://t.co/qZojL6v70c
— Mashable Southeast Asia (@MashableSEA) August 9, 2019
It ran another ad just last year, again making fun of the fact that the iPhone X lacked a headphone socket because the company was not done.
The company has released three new ads as part of the same series. Samsung debuted its new Apple- bashing ad “Ingenius” series earlier this week, taking shots at the iPhone’s LTE speeds.
Samsung takes an easy jab at the iPhone X’s lack of a headphone jack, with an Apple Store employee explaining to a customer that they will need a dongle to use their 3.5mm headphones with the iPhone X. And if they need to charge at the same time, they will need a ‘double dongle’.
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) August 9, 2019
Those videos have now been quietly removed from YouTube. And this was spotted by Business Insider.
Everybody is sure this would not deter the company, however, and we can undoubtedly expect more Samsung ads mocking iPhones as it seeks to compete with the future models.