The competition is entering to a new phase. The co founder of Apple Steve Wozniak who is now 61, in 1976 founded Apple Inc. with Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne. He actually has been using Android devices as he thinks that the Android is much better in many ways such as navigation and voice commands. Yes, the voice commands of Android as he claims that iOS’s Siri is not much responsive and some time doesn’t connect to the internet.
Before getting into the complicated interview of his given to Dan Lyons of The Daily Beast we should go over to the past. Personally my friends hate Apple and love Google, comparing up to the operating systems. If you all know the father of the advanced mobile operating system is Apple as the iOS was the first mobile operating system based on C++ programming language and after that Google started to rip off the iOS’s interface and started to work on Android which was later released in 2008 after iOS in 2007. Steve Jobs personally said that he would sell Apple to destroy Google which was actually he said could be the “thermonuclear war”. The people like the interface of Android which is mostly getting all over the world. If you remember the inner sources also claimed that Google after Apples Siri has started to work on “Majel” the Androids so called coming voice integrated system.
Steve Wozniak personally uses Motorola Droid Razr and claims that the iPhone is his primary phone. He also says that Google voice command is much better than iOS’s Siri. He also claims that the battery of iPhone 4S is completely over the head.
With the iPhone, something happened with the new OS or the new phone, and it just started running through the battery so fast. I’ve had a lot of issues with things I have to turn off just to save the battery life.
I have a lower success rate with Siri than I do with the voice built into the Android, and that bothers me. I’ll be saying, over and over again in my car, ‘Call the Lark Creek Steak House,’ and I can’t get it done. Then I pick up my Android, say the same thing, and it’s done. […] On the 4S I can only do that when Siri can connect over the Internet. But many times it can’t connect. I’ve never had Android come back and say, ‘I can’t connect over the Internet. […] Plus I get navigation. Android is way ahead on that.
The people I recommend the iPhone 4S for are the ones who are already in the Mac world, because it’s so compatible, and people who are just scared of computers altogether and don’t want to use them. The iPhone is the least frightening thing. For that kind of person who is scared of complexity, well, here’s a phone that is simple to use and does what you need it to do.
This is actually disappointing but a bit of truth too….