One of the great things about a Steve Jobs presentation is that he doesn’t mince words or pull any punches. he loves Apple and won’t hesitate to call out competitors for shoddy products. Put simply, when it comes to tech diplomacy, Jobs is the last one to worry about stepping on anyone’s toes.
That said, Jobs couldn’t help but take a nice little jab at Google yesterday while going over the success of the iPad and how competitors have yet to come up with a viable product to really challenge Apple’s hot selling tablet. While highlighting the 65,000+ native apps available for the iPad, Jobs next threw up a slide featuring the Honeycomb logo and a representation of the paltry 100 apps it houses.