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Google pokes fun at iPhone 14 series in latest Pixel campaign ad

Google has just released a slew of new ads for their Pixel devices, poking fun at Apple’s iPhone 14 series in an ad campaign with the hashtag #BestPhonesForever.
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In one of the ads entitled “Plateau,” we can see what seems to be an iPhone 14 Pro and a Google Pixel 7 talking with each other. The iPhone in the ad expresses jealousy about how the iPhone has seemingly “plateaued” and how the Pixel can unblur photos, do astrophotography, and utilize AI technology.

The ad also mentions how the iPhone seems to only have iMessage’s “blue bubbles” as an advantage.

There are four other ads with the #BestPhoneEver hashtag posted on Google’s official YouTube page. The ad campaign is definitely reminiscent of the classic PC vs. Mac ads ran by Apple years back in 2006.

You can watch Plataeu and the other ads below:


Seeing Stars:

Sketchy Wi-Fi:


Opening Up:

What do you think of Google’s new ads? Let us know in the comments down below!



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Luis Millares is a Political Science graduate of the Ateneo de Manila University and a former journalist for its official student publication, The GUIDON. He also worked as a writer for the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) before pursuing his passion for tech with the YugaTech team.

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  1. Avatar for Apple Apple says:

    Being poked fun of by Google is a privilege only the likes of Apple enjoy.

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