I don't think Android will win the battle with slander. The trade-in numbers for Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 were high compared to Apple on end of lifecycle, which to me means Apple is wining the tablet race and Android should expect many of their tablet users to go back to Apple because they don't feel all warm and fuzzy with Android tablets yet.
I have the Nexus 10 after being an Apple fan for a long time. Without prejudice, I tried out the Note II and Nexus 10 and I'll admit I hardly used them for the first few weeks because I was so comfortable with navigating around IOS. After the learning curve is where I was ABLE to make a comparison.
Without a great deal of substance to back it up, I think many iOS to Android users have fatigue in getting past the changes they're used to with iOS. Since iOS ate the cake for years before Andorid, almost everyone is farmiliar with iOS and can literally cause loyality to remain with Apple because users are unwilling or unmotivated to unwind their iOS mindframe.
I think this is where Apple has been ahead of Android and Google.
No matter the battle for handset sales, Apple has dominated in monetizing services like podcast better so than Google Android to date.
Although I think Google Android can give them a run for their money here with their platform as well.