During the recent Peak Performance event, Apple unveiled the green M1 Ultra and iPhone 13/Pro chips. Very quickly, Samsung didn’t miss an opportunity to mock Apple for its name and color similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The South Korean tech giant seems to be hinting that Apple is taking inspiration from their product, tweeting: “Very? Green? We feel very proud.”
Samsung has always used the name “Ultra” for its most advanced flagships, including the S22 Ultra, and the S22 Ultra also had a green version before the iPhone 13. Samsung refers to the green color of the S22 Ultra as the S22 Ultra. Zeta green”, while Apple calls the new green color options for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro series “green” and “Alpine blue”, respectively.
However, netizens were quick to point out the flaws in Samsung’s ridicule. Ever since Apple had green iPhones before and even going back to 1998, Apple released green iMacs so… Samsung is the one copying Apple.
Furthermore, many people say that Samsung just knows how to quickly mock Apple without thinking that they have “followed” Apple time and time again, removing the 3.5mm jack to take the charger out of the box.
In response to Samsung’s tweet, one Twitter user wrote: “Aren’t you the company that mocked Apple and copied it two months later?”