Just because Android Playstore recently faced some security issues, Apple made an advertisement which obviously mocked Google Playstore. The most funny part here is that even Apple has faced more extreme security issues than what Google Playstore just faced.
In the Apple advert, a woman grabs a box from a shelf which exploded on her face and she went over to another shelf to grabs a box, but didn’t blow this time.
The first shelf was labeled “Your Store“, while the second shelf was labeled “Apple“. Apple stays classy by not calling the Google Playstore by name but however, it’s clear that the first shelf signifies Android app experience.
Apple also gave a statement, saying: “Privacy is a priority with Apple. Unlike many other phones, important data on your iPhone is encrypted from the start and protected by your passcode. Apple apps like Maps and Safari help to keep private all the places you go and the sites you visit, and Apple will not sell your information to anyone for any reason. Best of all we provide easy-to-install software updates that help to protect your device and your data from security threats.”
Apple also disabled the comment on the YouTube video to prevent users from sharing any further information that both stores have issues at their end which need to be addressed.
It’s obvious that Apple like using other brand agony to advertise their product, just like the similar things they did to Facebook scandal.
What’s your say? Do you think this is a good statement from Apple?
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