Apple Tries to Make Its iPhone More Like an Android

Ashamed of its thieving, Apple has hidden some of its more blatant Android pilfers. The Steve Jobs biography revealed that Apple held a grudge with Google for thieving his iPhone design and iOS platform, but while Apple and Google battle it out for originality, Apple can't claim complete creativity since Apple has stolen at least a few ideas ideas from its competitor. Yesterday, Google fought back by insisting that the Android predated the iPhone. "The Android effort started before the iPhone effort," Google founder Eric Schmidt said speaking in South Korea, as reported The Telegraph. It's really a back and forth he-said, she-said type battle. But, Apple has taken at least some of Android's sparkle, hiding some Android-esque features in its iPhone.

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