"I'm confident in Apple's ability to introduce new products that fit into your life," said Wozniak. "Lots of devices could have never been done well enough. I would hope Apple would get into navigation. Think about what TV is like. Apple's in a very good stance to grow from."
"The worst thing [for Apple] would be if you looked at them and thought "this is not Apple quality - Apple is losing that Shine," Wozniak warned. "Apple's got to be very careful to keep the best appearance."
When asked whether he regrets leaving Apple when he did, Wozniak replied: "I judge my life not by Apple's success, not by the amounts of money we made. When I was 20 I had formulas for happiness, I didn't need any of that. I do a little bit miss out on being on the spot for iProducts because they were exciting, but as a consumer I can get that."
"I left Apple, did a degree under an assumed name - Rocky Racoon Clark - and I love startups; I love what we were at Apple when there were three or four of us. So I left Apple to start up the first universal remote control company. The big company thing isn't for me. I'll be an engineer forever," he concluded.
[Via Gizmodo Australia]
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