Google CEO says Steve Jobs’ hatred for Android was for show


Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs biographer has responded to claims that Larry Page bollavano made about the former Apple CEO Steve Jobs hatred for Android was for show. According to Isaacson 's resentment stemmed from the visionary Cupertino firm conviction that, by Eric Schmidt, who sat at the same time the board of directors of Apple and Google, the Mountain View giant had copied the best IOS. This is because, at least according to the official biographer.

The road taken by the new Apple under the guidance of Tim Cook seems to be different. The new CEO seems determined to close it once and for all legal disputes with the producers Android, probably trying to get royalties on each device sold.A few months after the death of Steve Jobs , Apple seems so ready to walk on his feet and following a different course. The course is indicated by Tim Cook, who seems to think differ
ently from his predecessor on many topics such as Android, charitable donations and dividends.[BGR]

Q: According to the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson, when you became CEO you went to Jobs for advice. I know you had your differences at the end around Android, but what did you take from him as a mentor and a friend?

A: I think the Android differences were actually for show. I had a relationship with Steve. I wouldn’t say I spent a lot of time with him over the years, but I saw him periodically. Curiously enough, actually, he requested that meeting. He sent me an e-mail and said: “Hey, you want to get together and chat?” I said, “Sure, I’ll come over.” And we had a very nice talk. We always did when we had a discussion generally.”


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