During an interview, Google's Android chief, Andy Rubin, said the secret behind Apple's success is that it learns from its mistakes.
Andy Rubin also has a good opinion about Apple's iPhone, the main rival for Google's Nexus S smartphone. He said that the world is "embracing the iPhone."
“I think everybody is embracing the iPhone," he said. “I think that Apple makes good consumer products and focuses on a robust consumer experience and consistency across applications. More recently, I see them getting involved in the other end of the mobile spectrum, which is services–the App Store, iTunes, etc. I think that when you move into the services business, it creates a lot of new opportunities. If the operating system is the razor, then services are the blades."
It is not clear what he intended by Apple's mistakes. Will it be the 'fight' against Google?