Motorola Sticks It to the iPhone…Again

The Motorola Droid (X in this case) is once again sticking it to the iPhone.  The last time it was Verizon, but now Motorola itself is getting in on the Apple-bashing act.

Remember all of those Verizon ads surrounding the launch of the Droid?  Well, today Motorola themselves took out a full page ad in the New York Times making light of all of the recent bad press surrounding the iPhone’s antenna problems.  You know, the one Steve Jobs called a non-issue?  The one where his advice was “just avoid holding it that way“?

Motorola’s response to that?  In their ad, referring to their antenna, they say “The kind that allows you to hold the phone any way you like”.

Now, I’m not an iPhone owner, and I am not a hater either, but I love a good jab when I see one.  And, this (Android vs iPhone) is shaping up to be a great battle in which the real winner will be all of us consumers.  Every shot taken gives the other one the incentive to improve.  Competition is good, and when it’s humorous it’s even better.

Comments

  1. teemark says

    These are shaping up to be better than the “I’m a Mac, I’m a PC” ads.

  2. andy says

    ATT’s business model seems to be to somehow make money by NOT giving the consumer what they want and are willing to pay for…as long as that’s their context, they will continue to lose market share despite the Iphone and any other advantages.

  3. Karine Baadsgaard says

    The Motorola DROID continues to present new possibilities day-to-day. We’ve had it for about 10 months and I’ve had a Blackberry attached to my system due to the fact September 1998. Becoming connected is really a important component of my life so I am usually reachable by loved ones and co-workers. I am a bit addicted for the Current market for DROID Applications. If the device had unlimited memory I would check the capacity. I think this OS will be the way of the long term and intend to develop with all of you to understand it by means of and as a result of. Thanks for the article.

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