“Apparently Samsung thinks it can,” Tibken reports. “Along with the hundreds of consumers, reporters, and app promoters converging Friday on Apple’s flagship store on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue for the iPhone 5S/5C launch were employees from the Korean giant.”
Tibken reports, “Samsung kept its presence pretty clandestine. It didn’t hand out fliers or post advertising or display anything identifying itself as Samsung. It didn’t even talk to anyone in line. Rather, a Korean video and photography crew documented the scene and interviewed reporters to figure out why Apple has such a rabid following… ‘Other companies release new phones, but there’s not as much passion and heat [from buyers],’ a Korea-based producer from Samsung Broadcasting Center/Cheil Worldwide, who asked not to be named, told CNET at the iPhone launch. ‘It’s only Apple. Why? We’re curious.’”
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MacDailyNews Take: Here, Samsung, we’ll help you out. It’s exceedingly simple:
Apple exists to delight their customers.
Samsung Electronics exists to poorly rip-off Apple and hoodwink the left-over suckers with cheap, cobbled-together crap.
Have fun trying to fake Touch ID and a 64-bit operating system. Maybe you can make a phone with an 18-inch display instead to try to hide how much you suck.