Here's the breakdown, Oracle is a software company that filed lawsuit last summer over the Android phone. Google's Android mobile software infringes Java patents and copyrights that Oracles owns due to their acquisition of Sun Microsystems. Most of you are thinking, " Oh it's Google they have stupid amounts of money," well here's the rub, Oracle wants acquisition of all Android phones and once all Androids are taken, they are to be destroyed. Oracle wants complete annihilation of the phone.
So let's say another smart phone is taken off the market, this makes phones such as the iPhone more valuable. Will this drive people towards iPhones now that a substitute is completely destroyed? Will current Android users who have their phones destroyed go towards iPhone next? We'll have to wait and see if this lawsuit has any legitimacy to it. I honestly think that people are going to lean towards the iPhones even more so now than ever. With AT&T buying T-Mobile, this lawsuit, and iPhones being released to Verizon, there's nothing I can really see that will stop iPhone from being completely dominant. There's also the economical aspect of this. This will force people to buy more smart phones which will force them to spend more money on the luxurious phone rather than the standard cell phone. Nowadays people like to do more than just one thing than call and text people.