for Steve Wozniak the co-founder of Apple, it is too complicated!

for Steve Wozniak the co-founder of Apple, it is too complicated!

Steve "Woz" Wozniak, the famous co-founder of Apple, is not one of the biggest fans of the iPhone X. Unlike his habits, he did not rush on the smartphone as soon his exit. Tim Cook, the current CEO of Apple, offered him a copy. Far from being convinced, Wozniak even thinks that the iPhone X is not intuitive enough! At the release of the iPhone X, the statements of Steve Wozniak did not fail to amaze the fans of the brand at Apple. The second most famous Steve in the history of Apple is indeed known for his technophilia and his scathing statements. For example, the man had already said a lot of trouble with the Apple Watch at the time of its release. Last October, he even said he did not want iPhone X because he simply preferred the iPhone 8, especially for its similarity with the previous iPhone.
iPhone X: for Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, it is not intuitive enough!
A few months later, and after a new takeover of the last flagship Apple, Woz has not changed his mind. During a speech at the Nordic Business Forum in Stockholm, Wozniak mainly criticized the power button of the iPhone X. As reported by our colleagues Business Insider, the famous computer scientist did not hesitate to compare the last of Apple with the brand's first products: "The power button on the side reacts differently if you click on it quickly, click twice, or click a third time," says Wozniak. For him, the iPhone X is not as intuitive as was the Lisa, a personal computer launched by Apple in 1983. "I like that things are as simple, understandable and direct as possible" says he, "with smartphones, things have become more and more complicated".
As he has already said in a previous interview, Steve Wozniak is also wary of Face ID, the facial recognition system of the iPhone X. As you will understand, Woz is not ready to give up his iPhone 8! What do you think of the criticisms made by the co-founder of Apple? Are they founded?

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