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Apple CEO’s Stance On Resolving iPhone Texting Challenges On Android Questionable

There’s a lot of talk going around town about Apple CEO Tim Cook’s behavior and stance on solving issues related to iPhone texting on Android devices.

The news comes as the boss of the Cupertino company was seen dismissing a query made by a reporter who surprisingly happened to be an iPhone user.

The subject of discussion was linked to how Tim Cook’s company is awfully reluctant to solve challenges that many global users have been facing for a while now. And as far as why Apple has failed at addressing the matter is simple.

It was like a slap in the face when he mentioned how Apple users are not asking for it, so we’re not going to do it! Truly, we believe it couldn’t have gotten any more savage than that.

It’s been ignored for a while now, and we don’t know why or for how much longer this will occur. Moreover, the comment was accompanied about how issues that arose due to poor quality videos being sent over might be solved by telling the user to purchase an iPhone. It’s almost like he indirectly promoted his product in the least likable manner imaginable.

It’s been a long time since such issues aren’t being dealt with seriously, and people are getting fed up with Apple’s stubborn behavior. Refusing to repair the ordeal is a huge burden on the shoulders of Apple’s iPhone customers, not just those belonging to Android. But if only Cook could see eye to eye with the thousands of others concerned.

If you get the chance, do visit Apple’s famous community page on the app. It’s a location where prospects request the firm to take notice of issues like repairs, and you’ll find around 600 different posts on the matter.

There’s major reluctance being seen from Apple, which is perplexing because while the CEO finds it awfully funny, others are not. And they’re getting upset. Everyone wants their device to perform well, and the thought of not being able to send out optimal texts to buddies with Android devices is just concerning.

So, is there a solution to the problem of not?

Of course, there is. Experts claim that if the tech giant went on board with the decision to produce an app based on iMessage for Android, the matter could be resolved in seconds. But wait, there’s another better option, as explained by experts. It’s being called Wealthy Communication Solutions to have the problem solved. It’s accepted broadly, so why not give it a shot here?

Just a little cooperation is needed for RCS (Rich Communication Services), but Apple isn’t willing to give it.


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