To drive the point home, Apple has released a commercial about a life of a young student and her iPad Pro with LTE connectivity. With the iPad Pro and iOS 11, Apple believes a post-PC world is closer than you think.
Samsung is at it again and they have released a series of videos mocking the latest products announced by Apple recently. Looks like they are not holding back as they poked fun at Apple’s failed live stream, its larger screen of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and even its new Watch.
The South Korean maker has been throwing pot shots at Apple even before the Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6 was officially announced. It is no secret that Apple’s move to bigger screens contradicts with their refusal of making a bigger smart phone, which is now an interesting point for its competitors to harp on.
Watch them all after the break.
LG prides themselves with their Knock Code security feature that offers greater level of security while making it easy to unlock. To prove that Knock Code is better than any other unlocking methods out there, they have released a series of videos where other unlocking methods can be easily bypassed and eventually get you into trouble. It covers popular unlocking methods including pin number, swipe, face unlock and even finger print unlocking on the Galaxy S5.
The LG Knock Code is currently available on the latest LG G3 as well as other models including the LG G Flex, LG G Pro 2, LG G2 and LG G2 mini. If you’re wondering how it works, you can watch our hands-on demo from MWC 2014 here.
In the mean time, check out all 4 Knock Code videos after the break.
This video was made by Asus for the Chinese market. What started off as a sappy teen love story turns out to be something totally unexpected in the end.
The message? If you’re secretly gay and in love with your best friend then the ASUS ZenFone is just what you need. Watch the video after the break.
When it comes to tablets, Nokia is the new kid on the block. It’s a block dominated by Apple and Android, and Nokia is doing all it can to get some attention but how much is too much?
Enter what probably is the weirdest tablet commercial ever. While competitors are busy touting features and specs Nokia is taking a decidedly different approach. The message, ‘our tablet is as practical as a mullet. All set or business, all set for party’.
Have we gotten your curiousity? Head on over to after jump to see why Nokia’s latest Lumia 2520 commercial is its weirdest ever.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 is Nokia’s first ever tablet and it ain’t holding back when it comes to dissing the competition. With its new ad, it directly mocks its main competition that’s as “thin as a pencil” urging audience to think if they bought the right tablet.
Aimed at road warriors that wants to reduce the bulk of a laptop, the ad shows off the Lumia 2520 advantage of running Windows 8 RT with Microsoft Office and its physical keyboard that doubles up as an extra battery pack. No doubt the advantage of having Microsoft Office & keyword is a clear win for doing work on the go but the iPad still leads when it comes to entertainment/games with its wide variety of apps.
Watch the ad after the break.
Is the iPad Air the best iPad Apple has ever made? Maybe. Maybe Not. Whatever your opinion about the new iPad may be you can’t deny that its first TV spot is quite possible, Apple’s most powerful commercial ever.
More videos about the iPad Air after the jump.
Check out Microsoft’s latest ad for Windows 8. In this one, Microsoft wants to tell you that a Windows 8 computer is way better than an iPad but must it always be this way?
From Nokia to Samsung to Microsoft, why are brands so preoccupied with Apple? From a competitor, these types of ad elevate Apple to a higher status. It’s like Apple products are the gold standard. If a product is not directly compared to something Apple, it doesn’t have a reason to exist. Yes, Apple makes amazing products but it doesn’t mean no one else can make amazing products as well.
The Yoga is a great enough hybrid computer and it doesn’t need an Apple product to justify its existence.
So brands, please stop comparing yourself with Apple in ads, it’s getting lame, and at the end of the day, Apple wins.
The ad is rich with metaphors but it’s not subtle, there’s no mention of features and specs but the message is clear, the Galaxy S4 is better than an iPhone (that’s what Samsung want you to think anyway).
Get ready to go on a mind trip right after the jump.
The party piece of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is its many Smart Features and a Swiss mobile operator came up with a novel way to market the device.
In the middle of a busy train station in Zurich, Swisscom created this interesting “stare down” booth where passers by stand a chance to win a Galaxy S4 if they could keep their eyes on fixed on the device for a full hour.
The contest was designed to create awareness on Samsung’s Smart Stay feature — one of the many eye-tracking features available with the Galaxy S4.
And as it having your eyes fixated on an object for a whole hour wasn’t challenging enough, there a whole host of distractions that will try to take your eye of the prize. Just take a look at the video after the jump to see what we mean.
It’s a pretty fun marketing stunt. Something we’d like to see done here just so that we can try it out for ourselves. Cool stuff.