According to Hall, Google's focus on keeping a design consistent across different devices, is something that Apple already does well with the iPhone, iPad and Mac. The analyst also questions just how useful all of this integration will be to Google considering how few people are toting Android powered laptops and tablets.
The analyst comes to the conclusion that Android's ecosystem is limited to smartphones, which makes us wonder if Mr. Hall has ever looked at the statistics that show Android tablets have been outselling the Apple iPad since the third quarter of 2013. And between Android and iOS, only one of these platforms currently is powering smartwatches in the marketplace.
Hall just might turn out correct in his belief that Apple won't be affected by Android's seamless initiative, but the reasons he gives for believing this certainly do not match what is happening now.