Apple and Android. The war without quarter continues. And not only is it free in stores or presentations of new…
Apple and Android. The war without quarter continues. And not only is it free in stores or presentations of new terminals, also on screens and media . It is almost a tradition that brands compete with each other to see who is left over in the ads or who leaves who in worse place.
The last episode of this battle we have seen thanks to the last spots Apple advertising , in which he criticizes the photographic section of “your phone” in front of an iPhone and the security of Google Play. Does Apple’s criticisms have weight? Lets go see it.
First you need to see the ads in question. In the first one, just below these lines, Apple criticizes the bad photographic result of Android phones -to those who do not mention but it is understood that attacks- in front of the great experience offered by the new iPhone in portrait mode, thanks to the possibility of being able to play with lighting.
Even though Apple boasts of its portrait mode, some of the editors of Andro4all have been able to use the iPhone X and have finished something frustrated after a while of use . To this we must add the spectacular photographs with blur that make much of the competition in Android, which highlights the Google Pixel 2, which also only requires a camera.
As if that were not enough, In a short time you can take advantage of the code in that way portrait for other brands , making other high-end terminals offer similar results. Despite being one of its predecessors, it seems that Apple has not been entirely successful criticizing the portrait mode.
In this second video, Apple boasts an app store . In the ad we see how a box that represents an app explodes in the face of the girl who uses it, something that does not happen in the Apple App Store, as later becomes clear. And even if it hurts, in this spot we have to agree with the signature of the apple.
We have already commented that the App Store seems to us the mirror in which Google must look to perfect what it already has . Google Play every so often monopolizes headlines warning about applications with malware or excessive permissions. The last case (for now) pointed to a application that recorded our calls without permission .
And in spite of the security managers of the search engine company they eliminate hundreds of dangerous applications every so often Google still has a lot of work to do. In this case, as we say, we can not take an inch of reason from Apple.
And you? What do you think of these two ads?
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