Apple is in for tough competition after Google saying Motorola to Lenovo yesterday. Google sold the tech company at $2.91 billion to the Chinese Pc Maker giving it levage to expand and thus pose a threat to Apple, which would now face a more focused Google which no hardware operations to worry about.

Getting rid of Motorola helps Google create a more cohesive user experience across the different vendors who are in direct competition with Apple. Companies like Samsung who have a Patent partnership with Google are going to be the driving platforms for the tech company technologies.

Meanwhile, a combined Lenovo and Motorola has the potential to take a large chunk of the market, threatening Apple’s position as Lenovo has a strong track record for dominating markets it enters.

Lenovo is also one of the fastest-growing smartphone makers in China, a market Apple is still exploring with its recent tie-up with China Mobile.

Although Lenovo won’t become Apple’s biggest threat overnight, but a few years down the line, it may be Samsung and Lenovo jockeying for the top mobile spot, not Samsung and Apple.

Patricia Kahill

is a Social Media, Content Creator and Marketer at Kahill Insights. A Development Practitioner who has no self talent but is driven by curiosity and passion; in a nutshell she is a Multipotentialite. She believes in God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit which makes her a Christian.

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