Nov, 18 2010

Long time no see, hear, or smell, Wozniak: Apple’s co-founder and current shareholder Steve Wozniak – also affectionately known as “Woz” – has been in Netherlands news lately and spilled a couple of nice tidbits for us to sink our teeth into. We don’t care about the Apple-specific stuff he spewed, of course, but he did mention the competition of his former company’s mobile division: Android.


Woz acknowledged Android by saying that it’d eventually become the dominant operating system, not unlike what’s happened with the PC market in the past couple of decades (even with Apple seemingly making a roaring comeback in that regard.) He also said that while the iPhone is more of a quality experience overall, “Android phones have more features,” and offer more choice, and that the quality of the Android experience would match that provided by the iPhone in due time.

He had more to say to De Telegraaf – the Dutch publication who caught up with him – so be sure to read that translated material here.

[Image and story via Engadget]

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