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In a recent interview with Dan Lyons for the Daily Beast, Apple
co-founder Steve Wozniak flat out admitted that he's not only is a big fan
of Android phones, but he also said the Android platform has some
significant advantages over iPhones. Wow! Now that's quite a
different perspective from how Steve Jobs viewed Android phones.
According to Jobs' biography, he was furious at Google for what he saw as
Android phones being an outright copy of Apple's ideas and even swore
to "destroy Android" using every bit of Apple's bankroll to see it through.
I certainly didn't see that coming from Wozniak. To me it's like a Ford representative
saying that Chevy trucks have some advantages over the Ford truck
line. I give it to Wozniak for his honesty, as I think most folks in his
position would never dream of doing so.
So what you think? If you were Wozniak, would you admit it? Would
you have done the same? Do you agree with his statements? What
impact do you think Wozniak's statements have on Apple or himself--good
or bad? Read the blog post from CNET editor Steven Musil--Woz concedes
Android advantages over iPhone--and see what your fellow members have
to say and when you're ready, chime in with your two cents about the