Delivering an eagerly anticipated keynote at Apps World 2013, iconic Apple co-founder Steve 'The Woz' Wozniak has spoken out in typically forthright fashion on a range of hot topics, noting that Apple's iPhone line has plenty to learn from rival Android handsets.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Woz said that he "still likes the iPhone best" but admitted that he was increasingly attracted to Android smartphones. Moving forward, he added that he felt Apple would have to respond sooner rather than later to growing demand for large-display handsets - iPhone 6, anyone?
"At first, I bought Android phones [to] do personal experimentation and I didn't like it, until about the Nexus One. There's a few I've liked a little along the way, but when it came to the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note – these are pretty good phones," he opined.
Ultimately, Woz said that one of the biggest virtues in mobile technology was still simplicity: "The collection of apps is what really defines your life. I don't think features really make a difference in phones anymore...Technology is better if I'm working less...I'm lazy. If I'm not having to think, it's a better product."