Back in July, Steve “Woz” Wozniak opined on his thoughts on wearables, and noted his own disdain for the Galaxy Gear wearable he owned for only a day. Now he’s back with thoughts on Apple, and a potential changing market.
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, isn’t worried about letting people know what he thinks, as he’s done multiple times over the years — even when it’s not necessarily the best news for Apple’s devices. He’s also not afraid to try out other platforms and devices, but, as usual, it always comes along with his opinion.
Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of AppleÂ is known as one of the greatest engineers of the current generation with his work on the Apple I and Apple II which revolutionized the PC industry. He is also known for his great relationship with his fans and this new video is testament to that.
The much delayed Jobs movie, starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, has finally been released in U.S. theatres to average reviews, with most critics disappointed by the movieâ€™s superficial look at Jobsâ€™ â€ścomplexâ€ť life.
Steve Woz, Appleâ€™s co-founder, isnâ€™t a huge fan of the movie either, saying that a number of people in the movie were portrayed wrongly, possibly due to Kutcherâ€™s own impressions about Jobsâ€™ personality.
Jobs, the movie starringÂ Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, was scheduled to hit theatres in April this year, but has now been rescheduled for an August release.Â Ahead of the release, a two-minute long trailer has been released comprising of scenes from different stages of Jobsâ€™ life.
Apple’s stock fell below the $400 point, a 16-month low two days ago. This obviously resurfaced questions about the company’s future, but Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak believes that the company is working on products that will surprise us all.
Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak had some interesting things to say about the company in an interview with Bloomberg.
Few days back he said thatÂ he felt Apple has fallen somewhat behind in smartphones features, which has allowed competitors like Samsung to catch up.