Apple IPhone Users Get Smartly Mocked In Samsung TV Ad For Galaxy S2

Posted: Nov 26 2011, 11:29am CST | by , in News | Apple

Apple iPhone Users Get Smartly Mocked in Samsung TV Ad for Galaxy S2

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Samsung released a pretty funny TV commercial mocking iPhone users. I am an iPhone user, but I like this ad. It has intelligent jokes that sadly have some truth to them.

Samsung and Apple are facing off in court over patents. I topic that is extremely boring and in the end mostly bad for consumers. Samsung takes the fight now to the TV ads arena, a much more entertaining topic. Under the Samsung tagline "The next big thing is already here." the Korean consumer electronics giant promotes the very popular Samsung Galaxy S2. In the TV ad titled "Why Wait? The Next Big Thing Is Already Here" Samsung mocks Apple fans standing in line for the next iPhone. There some funny dialogs that highlight the "short comings" of the iPhone 4S, including no 4G and small screen. Samsung also makes fun of the whole lining up thing for new Apple products, but I am sure Samsung would love to have that too for their product releases. Watch the fun Samsung iPhone bashing TV ad below (extended version).

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