“While introducing iPad 2 last month, Apple’s chief executive Steve Jobs described the competitive market for tablet apps on Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb as having ‘at most 100 apps,'” Daniel Eran Dilger reports for AppleInsider. “The actual Android catalog appears to be closer to 17.”
“Jobs noted that the iOS App Store now has over 350,000 titles, of which 65,000 ‘take full advantage of the iPad,'” Dilger reports. “‘That compares to our competitors, who are trying to launch these days with at most 100 apps. And I think we’re being a little generous here. This is a huge advantage we have,’ Jobs added.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Tablet assemblers who’ve shackled themselves to Android should hire the suddenly-available Gilbert Gottfried for their marketing campaigns wherein he can scream, AppLack!™
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]