re: Apple CEO Cook: We Don't Do Junk
Android fragmentation is a problem, and Cook knocks it aggressively in the BusinessWeek piece. He's also right to boast a bit about the movement to the Apple consolidated hardware/software model (Google buys Motorola, Microsoft buys Nokia). But it gets tiring when he portrays Android as a rinky dink OS running only on crappy cheap phones. On the high-end, Samsung Galaxy and Moto Droid phones are superb and challenge the iPhone in every way. He has to stand his ground but he is underestimating Android. Still it was nice to see him throw a few punches. Reminded me of Jobs, just more polite.