Go to hell. Apple's insistence that there is an "unclear patent landscape" is about as obvious and transparent a maneuver as you can get; it's a thinly-veiled market protection tactic, and we all see it for what it is. As for the the lack of native hardware support, call it what it is: you don't have hardware decoding for Theora in the current generation iPod and iPhone. Whose fault is that again? Right. You're acting in your shareholder's best interests, surely, but you're pissing off everyone else who has to play in the sandbox with you.
So, go to hell.
P.S Google, you too.