Well maybe it is misleading at best , Apple is right if you get a Google call it does replace Apple phone app <-- that part is true even in your "quote" . If the iPhone gets a call it does not
Bottom line depends on what number is called Google or the phone . I mean how else would Google app work in the first place .
As for the employee , well that is not good for Steve - However most employers have a clause that an employee cannot work for a competitor or give company secrets for 1 year . But that is an agreement between the employer and employee . I know I signed such language many times myself before.
fwiw; Palm Pre creators are Apple ex-employees - So you can see where Apple gets all pee-ooed about . In fact I am surprised Apple legal is not all over that Pre phone ?
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