The co-founder of Apple Inc., Steve Wozniak, is not going to buy the latest iPads, as they fail to meet his demand of storage capacity
Steve Wozniak, the inventor of Apple I and Apple II computers, says that he is not impressed by the recently released iPads, as he hasn’t found his desired storage capacity in them.
According to Apple Balla, Wozniak said, “I was hoping for more storage.” He also said that the latest versions of iPad ““didn’t hit my needs… I don’t have broadband at home… so I was hoping Apple had a 256 GB iPad. I emailed my wife and said I didn’t want one of those.”
Apple revealed the new iPhones a few days ago, which are expected to be available in the market at the end of November.
The iPads have been unveiled with 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB storage capacities. But Wozniak prefers a storage of 256 GB.
It is not the first time that Wozniak criticizes Apple’s product. Previously, he criticized the iPhone’s battery and the personal assistant app of iOS-Siri.
Nonetheless, Apple should bring more upgraded products just not only to satisfy Wozniak but to survive in the highly competitive market of technological products.
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