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Should Apple make an Android phone, Steve Wozniak seems to thinks they should.

Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder has never been the one to shy off from expressing his thoughts, and this time he did just that. The co-founder, who no longer works for Apple was quoted saying that there was nothing that would keep Apple out of the Android market as a secondary phone market.

This was all during an interview, where he argued that people like their product and that there was nothing wrong in competing in two arenas. In fact, he believes that the Android iPhone would compete very well.

The nature of the Android OS has allowed brands like HTC and Samsung to modify Android into their own unique flavors. None of the Apple devices have ever been built to run third party software platforms though, and similarly none of their operating systems are licensed for use with other hardware manufacturers.