Apple hasn’t even announced the new iPhone 14 lineup yet, that’ll come on September 7. But that isn’t stopping Samsung from making fun of the new devices ahead of time.
A new ad shared on YouTube is all about showing that there’s a lack of “innovation” in Apple’s devices for 2022.
At the same time, Samsung is keen to point everyone towards its Galaxy S22 Ultra, a phone that features a 108-megapixel camera and insane 100x zoom camera, dubbed Space Zoom.
The ad also highlights one of Samsung’s foldable smartphones, the Z Flip4. Apple has yet to ship a foldable iPhone, although that is rumored to happen within the next few years.
The ad is clearly aimed squarely at Apple, with the video description making no bones about it.
What will they not think of next?
Explore the head-turning alternatives at https://samsung.com.
Apple’s iPhone 14 isn’t set to be a big upgrade over the iPhone 13, while the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to pack impressive new A16 Bionic chips, a new 48-megapixel camera, and an always-on display for the first time. If everything goes according to previous announcements, the new devices will be made available for pre-order on September 9 with the iPhones going on sale on September 16.
Apple is also expected to announce new Apple Watches during the same event, with the new Apple Watch Pro set to be the largest Apple Watch to date.
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