Steve Wozniak has another pop at the iPhone
It seems that original co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, really isn't happy with the company these days. He's already complained about the iPhone price drops and spoken up for hackers, and now he's off again.
Speaking in Sydney, said that he was puzzled by the iPhone's lack of 3G support (aren't we all, Steve?)
"To tell you the truth I was really disappointed when the iPhone was introduced ... half the phones in the AT&T store at the time were 3G phones," he said. "I was shocked because Apple is bringing the full internet -- full web pages with pictures and everything -- and it's not 3G and I knew that would be a speed detriment."
He said that he hadn't heard that the issue with 3G was to do with battery life.
Still, it seems that the two Steves are still friends. "We're really good friends - never argued over these things - but once in a while he [Jobs] will just have a comment, 'thanks a lot'," Wozniak said.
(Via http://www.smh.com.au/news/biztech/woz-finds-flaws-in-apples-latest-offerings/2008/03/03/1204402340251.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap1">Sydney Morning Herald)
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