In an interview to CNBC, Steve Wozniak, Co-founder of Apple, said that he simply did not want to follow the stage of how a company's stock rises or falls: it's not part of his philosophy of life.
On rumors that the best days of the company were left behind, Wozniak explained that it has been said in the past, but this is never true. "There are always many projects that mean something in the future."
For him, technological innovation is not just about adding different specifications, from one style to one operating system: "These are fun features, but it is not innovation, real innovation is what changes our lives."
As an example, put Touch ID, Which allowed people not to have to write passwords and it was copied by other technologies.
Of course, this can not miss the hint of Steve G. Bess, who founded Apple with Wozniak in 1976 and died in 2011 as a result of pancreatic cancer.
"I think I was very pleased with the company, more concerned about the user than about the technology itself," he says. "You must not be a victim of technology."
It is worth remembering that the iPhone 2018 family, instead of Touch ID, boasts face recognition, Apple's face recognition technology that began last year on the iPhone X.
Then, we leave you the full interview CNBC He did Wozniak:
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