Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is dissatisfied with the iPhone 13. According to Wozniak, who also criticizes the company’s other products, the iPhone 13 is no different from the iPhone 12.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said that the company was not impressed with the recently released iPhone 13 and could not tell the difference between the iPhone 13 and its predecessor, the iPhone 12.
“I just bought a new iPhone. I don’t really see any difference and I believe the software it’s running on is the same as on older iPhones,” Wozniak told Yahoo News. said. He also said he couldn’t tell the difference between the new Apple Watch and its predecessor. The new iPhone 13 was featured with longer battery life, a better camera, and stronger glass than the iPhone 12.
Wozniak founded Apple Computer with Steve Jobs in 1976 but is not shy about criticizing Apple’s devices or business practices. In 2017, Wozniak expressed his doubts about the facial recognition software of the new iPhone, stating that he was already satisfied with the iPhone 8, which is very similar to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6, and said that he would not buy the newly released iPhone X.
Despite his criticism, Wozniak is also not stingy with praise. Because in 2019, he announced that the Apple Watch was his favorite technological product, thanks to its ability to reduce smartphone use.