Steve Wozniak, the legendary and outspoken co-founder of Apple, apparently feels that his old company might be stuck in a rut, and that Microsoft might actually be more innovative than Apple at the moment. Wozniak, who made an address at TEDxBrussels earlier this week, made his remarks in a new video interview conducted after his speech.
TechCrunch reports that Wozniak is starting to be worried that Microsoft is becoming more innovative than Apple. He added that he is so worried "... because I love Apple so much". He added in the video chat that he believes Microsoft has been working to create innovative products for the past few years, while Apple has just been improving previously released products such as the iPhone.
Wozniak even made mention of Microsoft's recently revealed voice recognition research, which translates spoken words into another language, as an example of how Microsoft might be more innovative than Apple.
Wozniak has never been shy about praising companies outside of Apple. Earlier this year, he said that the Windows Phone operating system was "intuitive and beautiful". We are still awaiting word on how he feels about Windows 8 and Microsoft's new Surface tablet.
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