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So you want Apple's competitors to be as good as Apple at being Apple, so you can buy products from them? Sounds logical. I think Apple should have classes to help them. /s
That would get less clicks.
The difference is that each of these were developed to support a hardware product. With iTunes it made the iPod and iPhone possible. Final Cut, Logic, and Maps we developed because their partners refused to properly support their products on Apple's platform putting them at a disadvantage. Doing so forced them to either bring their offerings up to par or be pushed out of the Apple market.
No thanks!
Please name one successful product that Google has created.  Search, bought it.  Android Bought it.  Maps, bought it.  Everything they have done themselves has either be impractical and will never be commercially viable, or it has flopped in a major way.  
Actually they do.  They have not stopped using Apple's tech because they could get away with it. This is a feature they created a workaround for but decided not to use it because they thought they wouldn't be forced to stop.  
This is about Motorola. Thats why there are no cross licenses. Google caved to make sure their deal to sell Motorola goes through. What company would be silly enough to buy a failing company who is tied up in court cases.  
Google is only after any data they can scour from it. It will only be available to those willing to sell their souls to Google.
I do not believe in subscription only anything. Especially if it is used to run a business. Too many possible breaking points. Internet failure on location, by the internet service provider, or a issue like this on software provider side. This includes all of your assets being inaccessible. Unacceptable!
The former Apple fan sites like this one has sold their souls to Google. Why else would they post articles that praise a Google update and imply their update gives them smarter conversations. They mention Siri in the title but fail to mention Siri has long been able to do this. Try out their example on an iPhone, Siri correctly answers both the initial and follow up question. It can even do it with sports scores, making dinner reservation or even just getting direction...
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