Convicted patent infringer Samsung’s latest television ad mocks Apple customers who are in queues for iPhone 5.
In keeping with their corporate tradition, Samsung constructs fake Apple stores and populates them with fake customers in order to tout their fake iPhone while simultaneously guaranteeing that hundreds of millions of customers worldwide will never purchase a Samsung product in their lifetimes, certainly not a Fisher Price-sized, slow, plastic, Galaxy S III.
Very effective advertising, Samsung… for Apple:
MacDailyNews Take: Samsung’s fear is palpable.
And this ad, like the Super Bowl ad before it, are aimed at keeping the Samsung sheep in the pen, not getting iPhone users to downgrade.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Joe Architect” for the heads up.]
Bloomberg’s Jaroslovsky reviews Apple’s iPhone 5: The only great smartphone on the market – September 19, 2012
CNET reviews Apple’s iPhone 5: Editors’ Choice; a great, beautifully-engineered smartphone – September 19, 2012
NYT’s Pogue reviews Apple’s iPhone 5: If you’re getting one, wow, are you in for a treat – September 18, 2012
USA Today’s Baig reviews Apple’s iPhone 5: Keeps Apple at the front of the smartphone pack – September 18, 2012
Mossberg reviews Apple’s iPhone 5: ‘The best smartphone on the market’ – September 18, 2012
Pocket-lint reviews Apple’s iPhone 5: ‘This really is product design at its finest’ – September 18, 2012
Samsung runs print ad attacking Apple’s iPhone 5 in major U.S. newspapers – September 16, 2012
Nielsen: Samsung’s Super Bowl ad that mocked Apple iPhone users forgotten by most viewers – February 8, 2012
Samsung Super Bowl ad mocks Apple iPhone users – February 6, 2012