Samsung's announcing the Galaxy S IV tonight, but before it does, Apple wanted to take a few shots at Android. Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President of Marketing, crapped all over Android telling the WSJ that, "Android is often given as a free replacement for a feature phone and the experience isn't as good as an iPhone."
He explained that Android isn't as good because the hardware, software, etc. don't work well together and causes fragmentation. Schiller explained:
"When you take an Android device out of the box, you have to sign up to nine accounts with different vendors to get the experience iOS comes with. They don't work seamlessly together."
We already knew Apple and Google were in a war, so them's fighting words about Android aren't exactly surprising. It's just interesting to see Apple try and knock Android down a few notches before the S IV's big coming out party (Schiller said that four times as many iPhone users switched from Android as opposed to to Android last quarter). Threatened much? [WSJ]