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Bill Gates said he made the mistake of not becoming Apple's chief iOS rival

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Bill Gates said he made the mistake of not becoming Apple's chief iOS rival

Bill Gates said he made the mistake of not becoming Apple's chief iOS rival

Bill Gates recently spoke out about the “greatest mistake” he made with Microsoft.

According to CNN, he said Microsoft should have been Apple’s chief iOS rival.

Gates said Google beat Microsoft in launching a mobile operating system that competes with Apple.

He said Android creating “the standard non-Apple phone platform” and there’s only room for one in the market.

Microsoft was the leader in the computer industry but fell behind Apple with smartphones.

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