updated 09:50 am EDT, Mon April 10, 2006
Woz discusses Apple
An in-depth Q&A interview with Apple's "other Steve" talks about the founding of the company and the role of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak as well as touches on their current relationship: "Steve Wozniak says he never intended to change the world. That was the other Steve, Steve Jobs. He just wanted to build computers," according to Knight Ridder Newspapers. "Oh, and he really — really — wanted to spend his career as a Hewlett-Packard engineer, a position he reluctantly left. Life turned out differently for the self-trained electrical engineer. In 1976, he and Jobs started Apple Computer, which would help launch the personal-computer revolution." Wozniak, whose autobiography is due in the Fall, says that Jobs still invites him to the VIP line of all press events, but that he doesn't ask about new products "because it was bad for Apple to have all the rumors and leaks from the inside," and that testing new products requires too much work.