Having owned several Android Honeycomb tablets in the recent past, I do not see what Apple did as a problem but more of a protection. Android Tablets are not ready for public use, they are flaky and suffer many compatibility issues, optimization issues and quality control issues. When some sees a tablet, they automatically assume it is an iPad, if the person using the tablet says it is not good or the quality is not good, or their experience has not been good, then the other person listening to this might relate theses problems as an Apple problem.
Samsung's commercials says things like "It's time to tab" or " Now its time for a better experience" these blanket statements have no backing because many problems in the marketplace do not work, including Netflix, Blockbuster, or other hardware specific applications.
Maybe with the purchase of Motorola, Google can finally make a device similar to Apple, controlling the quality of it from start to finish. All I see in the Android space right now is greedy manufactures trying to steal money from people.