Sunday, October 23, 2011

Steve Jobs: Android is Stolen Products

Steve Jobs and Android has a history of bad relationships. Even in an interview shortly before he died, Steve said that Android is a stolen product.

It was announced by Steve Jobs in an interview session for the benefit of Steve Jobs biography. "I will destroy the Android, because it was stolen," he told Steve to Walter Isaacson, the author of "Steve Jobs".

Apple-Google relationship heats up when the former CEO of Google Eric Schmidt resigned from his position on Apple's board of directors related to the launch of Android. Reported, the Steve Jobs felt betrayed for the actions Schmidt.

"I will launch a thermonuclear war over this," said Steve in his biography, as quoted from Cnet, Friday (21/10/2011).

The statement Steve is certainly related to lawsuits filed many times by Apple on its Android partners. For example Samsung and HTC as well as other vendors.

Reportedly, Google's Android is now increasingly strong position in the market. According to research firm ComScore, the Android operating system is used in 43.7% of smartphones in the United States, ahead of Apple which has a percentage of 27.3%.

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