Ben Thompson, wordsmith behind my favorite tech business column Stratechery, included a bit this week on the bonkers new Android security flaw. He discusses, in fairly objective words, the difference between Android's market share and Apple's security measures.
Before I quote his words below, now's a good time to remark that I'm really glad Apple's HomeKit is taking so long, if the reason really is because they're making security a huge, annoying priority. Bluetooth isn't secure. Apple's bending-over-backwards -- and making developers and, notably, HomeKit hardware manufacturers -- fix it before it's an issue. Lights that know when you're home are one thing, locks on your door and cameras are another.