William Gallagher for AppleInsider:
After Xiaomi protesting that of course its ‘Mimoji’ is nothing like Apple’s practically identical ‘Memoji,’ the company has accidentally used Apple’s adverts for its own promotion.
Earlier this week, phone maker Xiaomi unveiled its new Mi CC9 model, and its ‘Mimoji’ feature was remarkably familiar to iPhone users. The company stressed that their animated personality emoji came to market before Apple’s, its marketing just accidentally reused its rival’s ad.
Among the sales images for the phone on Chinese online retailers JD.com and Suning, were ones depicting both Apple’s Memoji and promoting Apple Music.
MacDailyNews Take: China.
Blatant, brazen, shameless, shortcut.
Who cares. This stuff is always done remenber when apple invented moving pictures a c ou uple years after nokia did
Sorry, but moving pictures were invented long before Apple. Ever heard of people like Charlie Chaplin?