If Android is a "stolen product," then so was the iPhone

According to his official biographer, Steve Jobs went ballistic in January 2010 when he saw HTC’s newest Android phones. “I want you to stop using our ideas in Android,” Jobs reportedly told Eric Schmidt, then Google’s CEO. Schmidt had already been forced to resign from Apple’s board, partly due to increased smartphone competition between the two companies. Jobs then vowed to “spend every penny of Apple’s $40 billion in the bank to right this wrong.”

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