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.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak may not be as publicly prominent on the technology scene as many would like, but he still manages to appear in the most random of places. "The Woz" can often be found travelling, waxing lyrical about emerging technologies at conferences in every continent as well as talking fondly about his days in Silicon Valley with his beloved Apple. In his latest appearance, albeit an unexpected and non-commercial one, takes place at the W Hollywood Hotel where he quickly slips into demonstration mode to show off the hotel chains' new SPG Keyless entry system.
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.
The story that Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was planning to take his place in-line and buy a Nokia Lumia 900 was a great one for headline writers. What better than a co-founder of the company behind the iPhone queuing up to buy one of the competition? Well, how about the man himself waxing lyrical about said competition?