New Delhi: Samsung teased the iPhone with a parody movie ahead of Apple’s launch event. South Korean tech giant Samsung is teasing Apple again. The company was promoting his Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, but now Cupertino-based Apple teased that it doesn’t have a flippable iPhone in a new World Cup-themed ad. MacRumors reports that in a commercial uploaded to his Weibo account for Samsung, the Galaxy Flip smartphone featured football fans at a stadium inspired by his Cup of the World Cup 2022.
The Samsung Galaxy Flip phone reportedly appeared happy and flipped over on its stand, while several others that were reportedly thought to resemble the iPhone That phone remained in the audience, standing with a sad emoji on the display looking at the sea of Galaxy Flip. phone. (Also read: Mystery Solved! Apple CEO reveals iPhones use the company’s camera sensors)
Plus, there was a text message saying, “It’s time to fold together.” At the end of the ad, the report continues. “Let me know when it folds,” Samsung tweeted. The tweet seems to blame Apple for not having a foldable iPhone yet. (Also read: OnePlus 11 5G launch date may be announced at company’s China event 2022: Find out India launch date, price and other important details)
At the Far Out event, Apple announced the iPhone 14 series. The Dynamic Island notch on the iPhone 14 Pro is getting a lot of attention. Additionally, the iPhone camera has a robust sensor and 4K video recording capabilities. Samsung mocked Apple with the notch on the iPhone, the elimination of the headphone port, and even the decision not to include a charger in the handset.
South Korean juggernaut teased Apple’s invitation to the Far Out event, instead showcasing the features of its latest models, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy S22 Ultra. Oddly enough, Samsung doesn’t seem to stop there. Samsung Mobile US has since shared several cryptic tweets subtly criticizing the new purple iPhone color option.