“Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has revealed some interesting opinions about some of Apple’s products that failed in an interview,” Ben Camm-Jones reports for Macworld UK.
“Speaking on Sunday MIDDAY, a programme run on India’s NDTV network, Woz conceded that the Apple III had been a failure – something that few would dispute – but also said that the Macintosh had been a failure too,” Camm-Jones reports. “‘The Apple III was a failure, the LISA was a failure, and the Macintosh was a failure. It was only by modifying the Macintosh hugely and over time that we made it a good computer,’ Wozniak said.”
Camm-Jones reports, “He describes Jobs’ death as a ‘shock.’ ‘Steve Jobs was such an important part of my life that sometimes I tear up,’ he said.”
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