The co-founder of the tech giant is very interested to see Apple working with Google and Samsung in order to provide advanced features in its products
Steve Wozniak, the inventor of Apple I and Apple II computers, said that if he were working in the tech giant, he would have gone for a partnership with Apple’s fierce rival-Google!
According to Apple Balla, Wozniak believes that the partnership with Google will not only help Apple to increase the efficiency of its software but also build advanced wearable products.
Wozniak said, “I wish to God that Apple and Google were partners.”
When asked about a possible collaboration between Apple and Google, Wozniak replied, “don’t know. If I were there, it would be pretty likely.”
But after a few moments, he backtracked, saying, “I’m probably wrong-there’s probably an awful lot I don’t know about the business concerns, and one thing you’ve got to remember is a company have always got to make money.”
Wozniak stated that Android applications are better than Apple’s software, with respect to some features.
Wozniak stated, “Sometimes I say ‘Go to Joe’s Diner’ and [Siri] doesn’t know where’s Joe’s Diner is. And very often I usually find out the Android does.” He added, “That is actually the future of intelligence probably for computer getting smarter and getting artificial intelligence.”
He is also optimistic to see a team up between Apple and Samsung as it will widen the tech giant’s ability to bring more innovations. He said, “There are good things I see on Samsung phones that I wish were in my iPhone”. He added, “I wish Apple would use them and could use them, and I don’t know if Samsung would stop us.”
However, Apple, Google and Samsung are yet to respond to Wozniak’s statement.
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