Apple CEO Tim Cook said he "wasn't surprised" over Google's sale of Motorola to Lenovo, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Cook said the deal was a "logical transaction" as he did not feel Google was "comittied to" Motorola.
"I think it’s really hard to do hardware, software and services and to link all those things together," said Cook. "That’s what makes Apple so special. It’s really hard, so I’m not surprised that they are not going to do that."
Earlier in the year, Google announced it will be selling off its Motorola division to Lenovo for $12.5 billion. It, however, will retain all of its patents.
Cook also lashed out against Android's lack of proper tablet support saying, ""the experience on Android tablets is so crappy because the app is nothing more than a stretched out smartphone app."
Via, The Verge.