Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak isn’t impressed with the company’s plans to ditch the headphone jack. According to rumors, the next iPhone will be so much thinner, Apple may have to drop the headphone jack. Instead, customers would use the same lightning port used to charge the phone as a headphone jack — or go wireless and use Bluetooth. Show More Summary
"That's going to tick off a lot of people"
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is just as pissed off about the iPhone 7's reported lack of a headphone jack as you are. Read more...
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has heard all the rumors that Apple plans to kill the century old 3.5mm headphone jack with the iPhone 7 and he’s got some important advice for the company: don’t do it! “If it’s missing the 3.5mm earphone jack, that’s going to tick off a lot of people,” Woz said in […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Steve Wozniak, the tech innovator who co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs, offered some unsolicited advice to the company about its upcoming iPhone 7. BGR reports that Wozniak has an issue with the phone’s rumored lack of a headphone jack. Wozniak...
Apple inventor and co-founder Steve Wozniak is known for expressing his opinions on Apple’s products and telling it like it is. Unsurprisingly, the legendary programmer has some free advice for Apple regarding the iPhone 7’s most important...Show More Summary
Steve Wozniak, the cofounder of Apple, thinks Apple will frustrate a lot of people if it releases an iPhone 7 without a headphone port. The Cupertino company has yet to say whether it intends to remove the headphone jack on the iPhone...Show More Summary
Steve Wozniak is not about a buy a new pair of headphones just for the new iPhone 7. The Apple cofounder told the Australian Financial Review yesterday that personally, he’s attached to his existing earphones. “Mine have custom ear implants, they fit in so comfortably, I can sleep on them and everything,” he said in […]
Steve Wozniak said Lee Pace's character was untrustworthy, just like Steve Jobs.
An early Apple Mac computer, signed by Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple. (All photos courtesy of Jack Goodman) On a busy street just off 6th Avenue in the Flatiron district of Manhattan sits a humble storefront. Rows of Apple Macintosh...Show More Summary
It's been five years since Cook took over from the late Steve Jobs, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak couldn't be happier about the new CEO's performance.
A 1975 meeting in a Silicon Valley garage inspired the young, shy Steve Wozniak to build the Apple I -- and an icon.
During the summer of 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created and sold 175 Apple-1 computers, marking the launch of what is now one of the most valuable, influential companies in the world. Only 60 or so of those original machinesShow More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — A group of more than 140 tech leaders that includes Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and the CEOs of Box, Twilio and Slack signed a letter posted Thursday that warned against damage they say a Donald Trump presidency would...Show More Summary
When ideas and money get together, money usually ends up in control. This astute observation was made by Ronald Wayne, who cofounded Apple Computer Inc. along with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, and then sold his shares in the company...Show More Summary
On June 29, 1975, Steve "Woz" Wozniak tested the first prototype of the Apple computer, and history was made.
This may come as a shock to Apple fans, but Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak openly lauded Samsung for its innovation. Wozniak is particularly impressed with Samsung’s virtual reality (VR) gear, which he believes is other-worldly. Samsung’s Gear VR “takes you to other worlds, Wozniak told Tech Republic. Show More Summary
There was no single moment that everything changed for Steve Wozniak. Instead, it was years of creativity and work that led to his development of the Apple I and the Apple II computers. "I look back now and wonder how did I think ofShow More Summary
Sentient machines rising up against mankind?The Apple co-founder isn't worried, and he can explain why.