In a recent conversation with website The Daily Beast, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has claimed that the Android OS experience surpasses Apple's iPhone experience in a number of different ways, most notably in navigation and voice dictation.
"My primary phone is the iPhone. I love the beauty of it. But I wish it did all the things my Android does, I really do," Wozniak said.
"I have a lower success rate with Siri than I do with the voice built into the Android, and that bothers me. I'll be saying, over and over again in my car, 'Call the Lark Creek Steak House,' and I can't get it done. Then I pick up my Android, say the same thing, and it's done. Plus I get navigation. Android is way ahead on that."
Wozniak was quick to admit that Google's OS is a little trickier to get to grips with than iOS, but commented: "If you're willing to do the work to understand it a little bit, well I hate to say it, but there's more available in some ways."
In spite of the above comments, the Apple co-founder still recommends the iPhone as the best device out there for the majority of consumers looking to pick up a new smartphone.
"The people I recommend the iPhone 4S for are the ones who are already in the Mac world, because it's so compatible, and people who are just scared of computers altogether and don't want to use them."
"The iPhone is the least frightening thing. For that kind of person who is scared of complexity, well, here's a phone that is simple to use and does what you need it to do," he concluded.
What do YOU think? Will Android eventually do to iOS what Windows did to the Mac in the '90s?
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