One thing that we like about Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is that he’s never shied away from honestly answering questions about the company he helped build. The Woz was present during TEDx in Brussels and was asked by TechCrunch a number of questions about technology, which unsurprisingly led to a question about the innovation war of Apple and Microsoft.
The Woz, as frank as usual, said that it worries him that Microsoft may be becoming a more innovative company than Apple. “Microsoft has produced “more of the type of innovation where you see something and you say, ‘Whoa, they really changed things drastically. Whoa, they aren’t really even going in the same direction as everyone else,’” the Apple co-founder said. Wozniak is also worried that the company is really chasing after innovations the past few years while Apple “was just used to cranking out the newest iPhone and falling a little behind.”