“There isn’t much of a difference between the iPhone 13 and the iPhone 12,” says the Apple veteran who co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs.
Apple recently released the latest iPhone 13 with great fanfare, but co-founder Steve Wozniak is not impressed with its features. Talking about the latest generation of iPhone, he bluntly stated that he “cannot find the difference” between the iPhone 13 and the previous iPhone, which is the iPhone 12.
Steve Wozniak said: “I believe that the software that is in it is applicable to older iPhones, and this is the good side,” – quoted him as saying Business Insider.
Wozniak co-founded Apple Computer in 1976 with its famous CEO Steve Jobs, but he never hesitated in criticizing the company’s products or business practices, as this recent joke makes clear the iPhone 13 earned praise for its longer battery life, better camera, and tougher glass than the iPhone 12.
This is not the first time Wozniak has criticized the iPhone. Earlier in 2017, he said he would not buy the iPhone X due to concerns about facial recognition software there were some iPhones that Woz, as he is called, was happy with. The iPhone 8 was highly praised. This iPhone is very similar to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6.
When Apple CEO Tim Cook sent him the iPhone X, Wozniak famously criticized it for its lack of intuition and instead referred to various other Apple products for their uniqueness and convenience, such as the Lisa computer.
Despite criticism of Apple products, Wozniak made some impression on Wozniak. In 2019, he mentioned that the Apple Watch was one of his favorite technologies at the time. The reason would be bittersweet for Apple employees. The reason is that Wozniak praised the Apple Watch for its ability to reduce people’s dependence on smartphones.
Meanwhile, Steve Jobs was in the news recently for a note from analyst Robert W Baird & Co. Inc. Colin Sebastian on his view of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg changing the company’s name to Meta. Sebastian considered Zuckerberg’s presentation lackluster compared to another famous tech demo. “In 2007, Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone.”