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Apple Co-founder Steve "Woz" Wozniak has become the latest high-profile technology entrepreneur to chime in with an opinion on the Apple-FBI encryption situation. Wozniak took the opportunity as part of an appearance on a TV talk show to give an insight into his own personal opinion on the situation. As you might expect, Woz shares the opinions and values of Apple and its current CEO, Tim Cook, and wasn't shy in expressing those opinions as part of his appearance on the talk show.
As a technology aficionado, I do carry around some description of gadget at all times. When traveling, I am seldom without my MacBook, laptop, iPhone, iPad, and when my Nexus 7 arrives, that'll likely be following me around everywhere, too. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, or Woz, as he is usually referred, puts mine, and most of our piddly collections to shame, and on unveiling the contents of his travel bag to Gizmodo, has pretty much every tech gadget possible, with one or two eyebrow-raisers thrown in for good measure.
He may be one of Apple's co-founders alongside Steve Jobs, but Steve Wozniak has never been shy of telling it like it is. He's been known to speak his mind on plenty of Apple's product lines, and not always showing them in the best light.
Steve Wozniak, who along with Steve Jobs founded Apple in 1976, reckons Android has leapfrogged iOS in the fiercely-contested smartphone software battle.