Posted by: macintoshsisters | March 3, 2008

Woz finds flaws in Apple’s latest offerings

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak heaped less than lavish praise on the company’s iPhone, MacBook Air and Apple TV products when visiting Sydney this morning.

Wozniak, who created the Apple I and Apple II computers in the mid-1970s but ended his full-time employment with the company in the late ’80s, said he was puzzled by the lack of 3G support on the iPhone and that he didn’t believe the MacBook Air would be a hit.

“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,” Mr Wozniak said during a press conference following his keynote speech at the Broadband and Beyond Conference this morning.

“I was shocked because Apple is bringing the full internet [to mobiles] – full web pages with pictures and everything – and it’s not 3G and I knew that would be a speed detriment.”

FULL article at The Sydney Morning Herald

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