CES enthusiasts have a single day to wait until the long-awaited event is set to begin.
Apple just posted a massive ad on the side of a hotel that overlooks the Las Vegas Convention Center where Google and Amazon will have a significant presence at the CES 2019.
Engadget writes “For us here at Engadget; it wouldn’t quite be CES without our live stage in Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Now in our seventh consecutive year of stage programming, we’ll be live-streaming interviews and panels for the first three days that the show floor is open. Oh, and the official Best of CES Awards, which Engadget is judging for the sixth year in a row.”
You can follow the live stream on their homepage starting tomorrow, January 8. Anyway, we recommend that you head here and find out all the necessary details about CES.
Apple’s message to the competition
Now, back to Apple’s message. The ad is enormous, and it takes 13 floors of the building.
It says “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone” with the URL to Apple’s privacy website, as CNBC reported.
The Apple advertisement is focused only on phones, but it hides a more extended and deep message for the companies which are its competitors in various industries.
It’s not too hard to understand that what Apple actually wants to say is this: they will NOT be selling user data the same way in which Amazon and Google do it in order to try and sell you things afterwards.
Amazon and Google will probably have a lot to show at CES and their partners will definitely be unveiling lots of new exciting gadgets that come with the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built in.
Google recently said that they tripled the size of their presence at CES compared to 2018.
After finishing Theatrical Journalism at the Faculty of Theatre and Television in Cluj-Napoca, Rada reviewed movies, books, theatre pieces and she also wrote articles from the IT niche as a content editor for software producers. At the moment, she is working with various online advertising firms.