Apple, Inc. hates Android. This is a known fact. Previous Deceased CEO Steve Jobs once stated: “I’m going to destroy Android, because it’s a stolen product. I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this.”
Steve Jobs hated Android. He said that he felt that it was a “Stolen Product”, but as his partner at Apple, Steve Wosniak roughly stated: “I love my iPhone, but I use my Android phone for things that the iPhone cannot do.”
Apple is going to patent war with this and will pull all the stops to halt the competition. If Android is stolen, how come Android 4.0 was released with features that the upcoming iOS6 is coming out with? Yep, per Apple’s logic, since Android was stolen from iOS it would only make sense incorporate Android features into the newest iOS version…again. Using features that Apple hadn’t already come up with from the OS that was copying them sounds legit. Huh?
Android has worked very hard to become the great mobile OS that it is now. Yes, previous versions of Android could be considered “terrible” and “buggy” to some, but Android 4.0 is really good. After trying ICS, it’s no wonder why Apple has stepped litigation into overdrive.
Apple has a vendetta against Android. It is a known fact. Let’s just hope that this gets better and Android can finally have a chance to breathe.
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