Please approach this articles with precision. That means, if you’re an Apple investor, tear your hair out and stare at your multiple monitors with disbelief, and if you’re a regular reader, well, enjoy.
Apparently in an interview with Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf (pretty cool, huh?), Steve Number 2 says that Android phones, with the “more features,” than the iPhone, will be like the PC has been to the Mac: absolutely squishy, you got pwned, you have little market share, etc. While talking about the iPhone however, Woz claimed that the iPhone “has very few weak points,” and that there “aren’t any real complaints and problems,” but still, it would be the more user appeal in the long run that would lure users to the Android side. The Dark Side, if you will.
Oh, and as for Nokia, Woz has this to say: a “brand from a previous generation.” Zing!
Via: De Telegraaf, Engadget
Update: And Nilay Patel, whom I’ve meet at a press event earlier this month, got an interview scored with Steve Woz, and Woz states that he was misquoted. *_*