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Originally Posted by steve-z17 Android wasn't the first OS to have those features on a phone either, plenty of other phones had all of that before them. So that doesn't...
08-02-2012, 09:16 PM #21
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08-03-2012, 10:26 PM #23
Apple is never a saint, and no one is saying that, you were just misunderstanding. People is just respecting Apple for it started a lovely new trend -- the type of touch-panel-gesture-based smartphones like iPhone and Android phones.
If Apple is a saint, it won't refuse Schmidt's suggestion of opening up iOS before iPhone was introduced, then Schmidt won't be pushed out of Apple's board and wrapping up Android development and releasing it for free for everyone. Apple obviously wanted to be the sole player of this kind of smartphones for years. It would have succeeded if Schmidt didn't take advantage of the inside knowledges he got when he was in the Apple board, that's why Steve Jobs hated Google and Android so much.
I don't like Apple's idea of trying to monopoly, but I totally side with Apple in its suing Samsung, since Samsung totally lost the least respect for a trend leader by copying all of the unnecessary details in the original two or three years, that illustrates an evil intention of taking a free ride or confusing the customers.