Nokia makes fun of Apples iPhone 4’s network loss

Nokia makes fun of Apples iPhone 4's network loss through a blog which shows how you can hold the Nokia handset without worries of network connectivity and also suggesting the phones main purpose is to make and receive calls.

You might be aware the the latest iPhone 4 have been having a lot of issues with network being lost if held in the hand and the problem is apparently resolved by using the phone in a case. This has been probably Apple’s biggest embarrassment as it has been know to put out products which are vigorously tested.

Apple has made a great deal of advertisements mocking Windows for its buggy software and the fact that it does not get the simple things right. They have recently thanks to the iPhone, invaded into the territory of Nokia.

So what does Nokia do after Apple iPhone 4 woes? It decides to mock Apple with its own instructions on how you can hold a Nokia handset without losing connectivity. 😛

Nokia further mocks iPhone by saying that the key function of its mobile phones is to be able to receive and make calls. 😛

Most times when there is a public relations disaster the competitor will always take advantage of it. We all know about Apple’s fantastic advertising ability especially when they dished it out to Microsoft and lately its response to Adobe’s “we love choice” campaign.

What goes round comes around and I guess it is Apples time to take a few knocks from Nokia.

What are you views on Nokia making fun of iPhone network issues? Do let me know through your comments.

Link: Nokia Conversations


Anshul July 6, 2010

Motorola also joined the fun with their latest ad for Droid X. They had a full page ad on NY Times to promote the latest phone, and guess what one of the features says:
“It comes with a double antenna design. The kind that allows you to hold the phone any way you like and use it just about anywhere to make crystal clear calls.” 😛
Looks like Apple is having a tough time 😛

Aditya Kane July 6, 2010

Still feel like Apple Mac ads made no dents on Windows and its dominance, Nokia poking fun wont stop the iPhone.