Motorola are making fun of Apple, and in the incredibly cut-throat competition of selling smartphones there’s no such thing as below the belt. They dedicated a full-page ad in the New York Times to reports of the iPhone’s connection difficulties.
The DROID X, as well as sounding like it was designed to kill John Connor, comes with a dual-antenna design, which the makers proudly proclaim “allows you to hold the phone any way you like and use it just about anywhere to make crystal clear calls. You have a voice. And you deserve to be heard.“
They couldn’t make it clearer without printing a huge middle finger and saying “Right Here, Jobs!” Of course, now we’ll wait for the kind of karmic backlash inevitable when a major company takes out a giant ad to say “Our stuff works without problems.”