We’ve told you about Samsung’s love affair with its “Ingenius” ads a few times now and with the newly announced Galaxy Note 9, the company has launched a couple of new ads that follow the same format. [ Continue reading this over at RedmondPie.com ]
We've told you about Samsung's love affair with its "Ingenius" ads a few times now and with the newly announced Galaxy Note 9, the company has launched a couple of new ads that follow the same format.
Are these ads ingenious? Barely. Are they mean-spirited or sympathetic? Depends on who you ask. Do they tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth? Uh-uh!
Samsung yesterday unveiled Note 9 and what better way to push the new device into public consciousness than a pair of anti-iPhone videos as part of its recent “Ingenious” campaign?... Read the rest of this post here
Fighting over who gets to pay for dinner has never been more fun with Apple Pay Cash.
Yesterday, Apple’s official YouTube channel published yet another short advertisement designed to promote the company’s peer-to-peer mobile payment service, Apple Pay Cash.... Read the rest of this post here
Search ads on App Store are now available to developers and customers in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan and South Korea.
Search ads on App Store are now available to developers in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan and South Korea, according to a post this past weekend on Apple’s portal for developers.... Read the rest of this post here
“Does the X have a full-screen design without that notch?,” Samsung asks rhetorically in a new Galaxy ad.
The bashing continues as Apple today released three new anti-iPhone ads that poke fun of the infamous notch whilst ridiculing the handset’s lack of an SD card slot and split-screen multitasking.... Read the rest of this post here
While Apple’s marketing normally shies away from highlighting speeds and feeds in favor of showcasing actual product features, the latest iPhone X ad is all about the power of its in-house designed A11 Bionic chip.
Everyone knows how speedy iPhones are thanks to the power of in-house designed processors, and Apple’s marketing isn’t shying away from highlighting speeds and feeds.... Read the rest of this post here
Samsung’s renewed anti-Apple advertising may have something to do with the fact that it’s allegedly moving up the Note 9 launch because Galaxy S9 has struggled to sell well.
Samsung’s new “Ingenius” ad series renews Apple bashing, depicting a puzzled Apple Store Genius Bar employee unable to answer tricky questions regarding iPhone X and Galaxy S9.... Read the rest of this post here