“Steve Wozniak, the ‘Woz,’ talked at length over the phone with Patch about Bob Dylan, Apple’s early days, and how he and Steve Jobs were not in the same high school graduating class but became friends through a mutual friend and mutual interests,” Avni Nijhawan reports for LosGatosPatch. “The 61-year-old Los Gatos resident and San Jose native is said to have an estimated net worth of $100 million despite his stated apathy toward monetary gain. He’s a giver of money and knowledge…”
Patch: How do you think will Jobs’ resignation will affect the company?
Woz: Too early to tell. I don’t think it’ll be an immediate effect.
Products that come out in the next couple of years are already in the pipeline. They’ve already been steered in a good direction. The company has also been steered in a good direction by Steve.
So I don’t think he’s worried that all of a sudden it’ll take a very different approach with a lot of big important decisions that he wouldn’t have made.
And Tim Cook is really an excellent—very much gives the appearance of speaking and thinking the way Steve Jobs does. So in the short term, I don’t expect any real changes in Apple.
And in the long term, who knows what could happen?
Much more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Sarah” for the heads up.]