On September 9th Apple unveiled two new iPhones and its first wearable device called the Apple Watch. Both iPhone 6 models come with significantly larger displays whereas the Apple Watch tries to disrupt the wearable market with something the company calls “digital crown.”
If there’s anyone out there who knows a thing or two about smartphones with large displays and smartwatches, its Samsung. Less than a day after Apple’s event the company has released a series of new ads that take a swing at the new product lineup from Cupertino.
One ad makes fun of how Apple’s live stream of the event was unable to cope up with the traffic. Viewers around the world were complaining about an unresponsive stream, many had taken to Twitter to vent their frustration. Another deals with how long Apple has kept the iPhone out of the literal “big” leagues by not increasing the display size beyond 4-inches until now.
With every swing that Samsung takes at Apple it also highlights the features of Galaxy Note 4, its latest flagship which was unveiled at the IFA 2014 trade show in Berlin earlier this month.
Each ad runs for approximately 30 seconds, it won’t take that long to go through all of them.