Samsung Mocks iPhone's Lack of Wireless Charging [Video]

Samsung Mocks iPhone's Lack of Wireless Charging [Video]

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Samsung has posted a new ad for the Galaxy S6 that mocks iPhone users who still need to plug in to charge their device.

Charging your phone is usually pretty straightforward, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done better. The Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge come with wireless charging capability built in. The pad is sold separately, so change the way you charge right here:

This ad is the fourth in Samsung's latest series of ads attacking the iPhone.

Take a look below...

Mang Domeng - June 26, 2015 at 1:21pm
I do not carry those tangled wires. Samsung exaggerates things on Apple. Only lazy people carry their cables tangled! And for damaged cables, it is natural for your cable to get damaged if you're not careful with it. Cables are not elastic. If you pull it a lot, like pulling it like a rope, then you'll damage it. I still have my original cable that comes with the phone and I don't use cheap counterfeits on my gadgets. Samsung is selling their cables for $19.99 for a micro USB when you can get a cable at $4.00 on Amazon! It shows Samsung is hyping things up which they cannot justify with the value of their product.
N3RVE - June 26, 2015 at 11:08am
I surfed the web for days thinking about which device to purchase, the iPhone 6 or Galaxy S6 and after reading and watching severals ads, I ended up with an iPhone 6. Why? Perfection :)
Reiman - June 26, 2015 at 9:49am
This wireless charging thing that windows and android makers are marketing is a joke. U still have a chord from the charging pad. Until the only thing u need is a "usb-charger like block" that trasmits power at least for 1 meter area, its not truly wileress
Granit - June 26, 2015 at 9:14am
By 'mocking' Apple, Samsung is doing a good advertisement to it's rival. You can't change someones opinion or the likeness about something, by laughing at someones incompatibilities :/. When you hold on to something so much, that means they're doing good. Samsung firstly, has to do improvements on it's OS, eleminating those filthy errors you get almost everytime, improving it's responsivity etc. Buyin an Iphone or Samsung has to do with what you care of, what you want. If you want a safe, easy-to-work, fast and reliable phone, you get iPhone. If you want extra things, better camera, long lasting battery etc, you get Samsung. Simply as that!
monkUsa - June 27, 2015 at 1:43pm
I don't know... Apple did it from 2006 to 2009 with their "Hi, I'm a Mac, and I'm a PC" TV commercials" ( Now that a competitor is giving it to Apple, it is ... well, it's not liked. I really like the wireless charging on my Note 3 (AU$3 for the receiver and AU$16 for the base station) and wish I could do the same on my iPhone 5. Apple will probably hold off with the current generation of wireless charging until they are ready to smack us in the face with over-the-air wireless charging, which will be amazing. You can argue all you like that you need to plug the base station into a wall socket, but that's just your jealous side looking for a reason to shoot down the feature in its current form. In all honesty, it would be a welcome feature on iPhone if Apple were to introduce it - I know I want it on my iPhone because I know how well it works on my Note 3.
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