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Cook: Apple has no plans to improve the texting experience between iPhone and Android phones
Apple CEO Tim Cook (Tim Cook) said today that Apple has not spent much effort to improve the texting experience between iPhone and Android devices because Apple The user made no such request.
"I don't hear our users asking us to put a lot of effort into this," Cook said during the Code Conference. As for Android users, Cook said he wants to convert them to iPhone users.
At present, the communication of text messages between iPhones mainly uses the iMessage service, and the user experience is very smooth. In contrast, Android devices run into all kinds of problems when sending text messages to iPhones, such as poor compressed video quality, missing read receipts, and other headaches.
Last month, Google publicly attacked Apple on its official Android website, saying it failed to improve the user experience between iPhones and Android devices. Google says Apple converts messages sent between iPhone and Android users into SMS and MMS, both formats developed decades ago and designed primarily for the plain-text era.
To this end, Google wants Apple to use RCS (Rich Media Communication Service) to replace SMS. Google has been promoting RCS for the past few years. Compared to SMS, RCS supports higher quality photo, video and audio content and has higher security.
And Cook said today that because Apple users didn't ask for it, Apple didn't put much effort into improving the texting experience between iPhones and Android devices.
"I don't hear from our users asking us to put a lot of effort into this," Cook said in response to questions. The questioner went on to explain that his mother had an Android phone and he couldn't send video messages to her. Cook replied, "Buy your mom an iPhone."
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