First of all, instead of comparing the Galaxy S9 two mths to the iPhone X, or even the iPhone 8 or the iPhone 8 Plus, the clip of e minute shows an increasingly frustrated woman with her seemingly icy iPhone 6, released in 2014, while she travels by plane to visit her sister.
Samsung recognizes this fact with small characters that indicate that "the new iPhone models are currently available", but that does not prevent it from comparing its flagship product of 2018 with a model of the latest. iPhone almost four years old.
The woman 's troubles begin at an airport security checkpoint, where a security guard reminds travelers that their boarding passes and their identity cards are ready. The woman taps the Google Wallet app her iPhone, but a blank screen appears, suggesting that the device is late. The security officer is visibly displeased.
The following scene shows the woman trying to open the TV app to watch a movie during her flight, as the pers with a Galaxy S9 is next to her, ly for that same white screen will happen again, suggesting that the iPhone is still late.
The ad is misleading, however, because it never shows whether the Wallet or TV apps finally manage to open. Instead, Samsung cveniently cuts the next scene after a split secd each time. The fine print also indicates that "simulated screen images" suggest that slowness may not even be real at first.
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