Well I'm sure Apple will be looking you up, the next time the CEO position is up for grabs...
First of all *every* company is *worried* about what's next; any smart company is worried about dominating the market segment they participate in. (Why else would they release an iPhone 4S? To capitalize on the lower-end market. Not to mention Apple is all about selling the hype. Their biggest and most important event every frickin' year is WWDC. I'd say that is Apple, showing that they are *worried* about "what's next".)
Now: in response to "They sell top spec'ed devices": Yes they can and sometimes do, but that's not their primary market. Neither the Macbook nor the Macbook Air lines are top-spec'ed. Sure you can configure them as such, but the normal machines they are selling are fairly average as far as components go. It's the chassis, the OS and other small details that set them apart and make them great PCs.
By the way, Apple is not "maintaining" 30% market share. There may be Android devices in the "low cost, pre-paid space", but that is not their primary market. The end. Period.
Next, the Galaxy Tab didn't copy the iPad any more than than the iPhone copied the LG Prada. All of this bickering between Samsung and Apple misses the basic point: it doesn't help the consumer, and that's what it's truly all about. Apple doesn't need lawyers to sell it's products, they sell themselves for the most part. All of this legal crap is just crass, it tarnishes their name and shows they're worried. If you believe otherwise, considering the evidence to the contrary, you're just a shill.
As for the legal stability of Android, I'd say Google has it under control. Google's primary point in picking up the HUGE patent portfolio in the past months was primarily to defend itself, Android and it's OEMs from attack. Currently the only credible threat to Android is Oracle, and that mess is just a licensing deal away from being settled anyhow.
In short: you sir, are a fanboi. I am not. I just wanted to clarify that for you and anyone else who cares to read this.
Disclosure: I own multiple Apple products and multiple Google products. As a matter of fact: I own a lot of products, produced by a lot of companies and I like them all.