Apple has long not participated in the CES 2019 consumer electronics and technology exhibition, but this year it still trolls other companies to attend CES with a big ad, “What’s happening on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone & quot ;. This sentence means that what happens on the iPhone will be kept on your phone without being leaked, meaning that Apple is mocking other Android companies about users’ data being easily captured (or prepared). mock Google about them collecting personal information with customer identifiers). This poster is installed on the wall of a hotel located near the Las Vegas Convention Cente (LVCC), where CES is going to take place.
If you don’t know, Americans have a famous saying: what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, that is, what happens in Vegas is kept here, not taken home. Las Vegas is dubbed a playful city and a “sin city & quot; (sin city) so the above sentence is very suitable : D
In the old days, Samsung used to rent a wall of this same hotel to promote Samsung Pay at the beginning of 2016.
Source: The Verge