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Old 08-09-2012, 01:42 PM   #6
murraypaul
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A lot of pundits and bloggers are trying to play down the rift both in the Apple and Android world. Even Apple stated an issue when it dropped YouTube support. Some bring some good arguments However I think the article below is the most accurate assessment.
It has the inbuilt assumption that Apple have chosen to remove YouTube.
Apple's statement said that they no longer had a licence to distribute it.
Perhaps this is Google's decision rather than Apple's?
YouTube is a basic application that people would expect. Perhaps this is Google's attack on Apple, rather than vice-versa?
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