Huawei doesn’t appear to be done with its attacks on Apple, as the Chinese phone maker pulled separate public relations stunts in multiple locations. Huawei trolled Apple by interrupting the iPhone XS and XS Max’s official release by sending a message about the devices’ battery life — or lack thereof.
According to CNBC, the Huawei van drove by Apple’s London flagship store on Friday, their representatives giving away actual juice to passers-by. The van was painted with a tagline that referenced the iPhone’s perceived weakness — its poor battery life — by inviting customers to “get juice that lasts,” with the letter “i” in “juice” replaced with the percent sign. A second tagline painted on the van’s doors threw further shade at the iPhone maker by saying Huawei’s products have “no traces of Apple” — featuring a drawing of a crossed-out apple above the text.