Steve Wozniak, Apple Co-Founder, Disagrees With Patent Verdict
We already reported on the Apple vs Samsung patent trial last month, but now Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak has chimed in with what he thinks of the verdict saying “I hate it,” “I don’t think the decision of California will hold. And I don’t agree with it -- very small things I don’t really call that innovative." Cut and dry without filler, Wozniak laid his thoughts out clearly as he continued on saying “I wish everybody would just agree to exchange all the patents and everybody can build the best forms they want to use everybody’s technologies.” In other news, during his interview with Bloomberg, Wozniak stated he wanted to see better quality photos from the iPhone 5 as his Galaxy S III and even the Motorola Razr take better pictures compared to his iPhone 4 when he shows them to people. Still it really is interesting to know that Steve Wozniak hates the verdict on the patent lawsuit and would like to see technology progress rather than be repressed by patent lawsuits.
Apple, the world’s most-valuable company, yesterday unveiled a new iPhone that runs on faster wireless networks, boasts a bigger screen and has a chip that handles tasks more quickly than past versions. It is the company’s first iPhone introduction since the October death of Steve Jobs, who co- founded the company with Wozniak in 1976 in a California garage.
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