Steve Wozniak Talks About Apple Watch and Other Interesting Things
A new interesting video has been recently uploaded to YouTube. This time it’s a BBC News interview with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who tells us about the Apple Watch, his own watch, addiction to smartphones and the upcoming Steve Jobs movie. The short interview with a BBC journalist Mark Lobel is available below, so you can take a look at it right now.
Apart from the things mentioned above, Apple co-founder has also commented on young people wearing watches, on Apple’s future products and services and finally on the advantages of working alone. Although Wozniak is no longer at Apple, he’s quite proud of the company and very optimistic about its future. He thinks that the guys from Cupertino should work more on voice recognition technologies and the development of their own car, which can become a real breakthrough.
Here’s the description below the video on YouTube:
As co-founder of computing giant Apple, Steve Wozniak - known affectionately in tech circles as Woz - is one of the most influential and respected men in the industry. His impact at Apple is set to be depicted in Steve Jobs, a Danny Boyle-directed film about the late Apple boss.
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