Latest iPad Air fails to charm Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is apparently not much impressed with the tech giant's recently launched iPad Air, touted to be the thinner, 'lighter like air' and faster range of iPads
Wozniak said that not every Apple product makes a big enough difference to him to get instantly, although many do, adding that he did not get even the iPad Retina when it was introduced.
According to Huffington Post, Wozniak, who left Apple back in 1987, said that the new iPads failed to hit his needs, as he hoped the lighter tablet to bring in storage of 256 GB so that he could store every episode of ‘Big Bang Theory’ in it.
He further revealed that he ordered the new MacBook Pro, which is more central to his own computer life.
The co-founder has a history of critiquing the company he founded with late Steve Jobs 37 years ago.