Just recently, Apple's co-founder, Steve Wozniak tweeted about having looked out for a Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone and then not finding it, probably because it wasn't available, yet, confirms a report in The Telegraph. That stated, and before he knew it, Google had already gifted him the smartphone. Wozniak, on his visit to a Google campus received the first phone running Google's Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
With love, from Google!
Wozniak's affection towards the Android platform isn't unknown. Reportedly in November 2010, although Wozniak claims to have been misquoted on this one, he told a Dutch publication, De Telegraaf that Google’s Android mobile operating system was better than Apple’s equivalent, iOS. Wozniak later cleared the air, stating he was misquoted and that he would “never” say that Android was better than iOS.
The report further suggests that while Wozniak did not deny the popularity of the platform, he stated that every app he tried on Android was a better experience on the iPhone. It has also been reported that Wozniak also purchased the Nexus One, the same day as it launched.