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Phenomenal <Founder Apple iTunes Affecting Hoping in Android
Apple has allowed software and iTunes online multimedia services running on Windows operating systems. But until now, Apple does not allow iTunes running on Google's mobile operating system.
 

Steve Wozniak, who co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs, really hope iTunes can run on Android. Wozniak who since February 1987 was no longer employed at Apple, was enjoying her life as a business technology and gadget lovers. He put on the iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone.

 

As an Android device owners, Wozniak would like to see Apple doing it.

 

"If you remember, we landed iTunes on Windows," said Wozniak told technology website Slashdot, Tuesday (02/10/2012). "So why not have iTunes available for Android. I love Apple products and iTunes, and iTunes are hoping my Android."

 

He said, thanks to iTunes and iPod, Apple has taken over the market share of the global music download industry.

However, what is wanted Wozniak seems not to be realized by Apple. Because Apple and Android has always had a less cordial relationship. Moreover, the Android operating system is currently the leader of the global smartphone market share, which is far beyond the iPhone.

 

The late Steve Jobs once said, he was willing to spend a lot of money in the bank Apple to "thermonuclear war" with Android. Because, Jobs pointed Android is a stolen product idea mobile operating system iOS.

This is why Apple is often filed for a patent to the Android manufacturers such as Samsung, HTC, and Motorola Mobility.

 

Moreover, recently Apple are like giving a sign to escape from the shadow of Google, which owns Android. This is evident from the decision of Apple throwing YouTube and Google Maps application, as the default application on the iOS version 6.



sources:
Slashdot

 
editor:
Wicaksono Surya Hidayat

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