Motorola mocks Apple iPhone 5 with #iLost Advertisement
September 26, 2012 in iPhone News & Rumors by
Apple and non-Apple users started a series of online jokes to criticize with grotesque ironies the new iOS6 navigation and maps application. Namely , “iLost” – started topics of major proportions due to its lack of information display and failed attempts to simulate 3D or geographical natural landmarks.
Some even consider the former conclusions to be linked to the famous movie Inception, ridiculing the idea of making such modifications to the former app concept.
The company itself released and answer to the sarcasms it was receiving with the statement that the modifications of the Maps app is a “major initiative and we’re only getting started with it”. Further more, Apple users wait for the newest version of this navigation tool.
Motorola’s new release, the DROID RAZR Maxx stays in touch with the smartphone era and also bring many utilities with it. Among them is the classical approach of the Maps apps, and it’ll be interesting to notice that this aspect may help the product to get new users by buying Motorola’s device.
First it was Samsung, mocking Apple fans who were lining up outside stores for the iPhone 5 with the ad campaign that said that ‘the next big thing’, aka the Samsung Galaxy S III, was already there.
Now the new Motorola’s advertisement popped up recently on their official Google+ page, pointing out the features that the iPhone 5 and Motorola’s new Droid RAZR M have. Amongst the features are the smartphone’s respective Maps app trying to point out that Apple’s looks inferior. The message even went as far as saying the following:
Looking for 315 E 15th in Manhattan? Google Maps on DROID RAZR M will get you there & not #iLost in Brooklyn.
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