So the new buzz out there from Business Insider and others is that Apple needs to be worried because more and more customers are choosing not to use default iOS apps, and Google is basically winning from within. Over at The Street Rocco Pendola says this is nonsense and all Apple really cares about is that people keep buying Macs, iPods, iPhones and iPads, and providing great hardware and a great user experience to entice people to do so. He claims software is a "hobby" at Apple. Now I think that's absurd, but it did get me wondering how much Apple really cares what apps you use on your iOS devices. And if they're concerned as much as some people are about Google (or anyone else) supposedly attacking them from within. I get the sense Tim Cook doesn't have time for that BS, whereas it probably would have driven Jobs crazy. Thoughts?