Oct
26

Steve Jobs out to battle Android and BlackBerry

At Apple’s earnings call, Steve Jobs was visibly ebullient after his company sold more than 14 million iPhones in the third quarter of the year and posted more than $20 billion in revenue.

Mr. Jobs, unlike before, took some time out to discussing the platforms of Android and BlackBerry and he also hinted at the acquisition plans for the future as well as criticized the non-iOS tablets.

He stressed the importance of surpassing RIM and saw no chance of RIM overtaking Apple in the near future. He also talked about Google and Android and the fact that Google characterizes Android as open and the iPhone as closed. He felt that Android is already much fragmented is becoming more so. He also talked about Nokia and its $50 handsets and the tablets now inundating the market.

He ended by talking about possible takeover opportunities when the moment is right and without burning Apple’s pockets.

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