“Apple is in a waiting period with the US gadget giant seeking the ‘next big direction’ almost two years after the death of its groundbreaking boss Steve Jobs, the company’s co-founder Steve Wozniak said Thursday,” Phys.org reports.
“Wozniak, speaking at a forum in Mexico City, insisted that Apple remains a ‘great company’ with its ‘own culture’ and a collection of trademarks despite its leader’s death,” Phys.org reports. “‘I think Apple is in one of these waiting periods waiting for the next big direction,’ he said. ‘You can’t expect a whole new incredible revolution of a category of existing consumer electronics, you can’t expect that every year,’ he added. ‘If you could have one every year it would be quite a surprise.'”
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