Samsung is asking iPhone users to try out the One UI on iPhones

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Samsung found a new subtle way to roast Apple by asking iPhone users to try the One UI. The company has an official landing page to promote a feature that allows iPhone users to explore the Samsung Galaxy One UI, messages, and camera features.

On the page, a QR code is provided under the words 'Try Galaxy on your iPhone'. After scanning it, iPhone users can add "Try Galaxy" to their home screen and tap to enter the app to experience it. "Try Galaxy" only works with the Safari browser experience on iPhone 7 and above with iOS 14 or later.

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The app simulates the One UI 4.0 with the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4. iPhone users should know that specific functions and display effects may vary by different Samsung models. Of course, the apps or hardware in the device will not get actually accessed when running the app. After all, it only focuses on letting users experience how One UI is "better" than whatever the iPhone offers (which is something more of a personal preference).

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