Apple Steve Wozniak "iPod has sort of lived a long life at number one"

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has given another interview that highlights his opinions about some Apple core products – opinions that Apple PR would not approve as public statement even on April 1. Wozniak believes that the iPod may die, just like the Walkman has died before. The Apple co-founder told the British Telegraph.co.uk that the […]

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has given another interview that highlights his opinions about some Apple core products – opinions that Apple PR would not approve as public statement even on April 1. Wozniak believes that the iPod may die, just like the Walkman has died before.

The Apple co-founder told the British Telegraph.co.uk that the “the iPod has sort of lived a long life at number one” and that such things like that – such as transistor radios and Walkmans – “kind of die out after a while.” These words leave room for interpretation. The newspaper itself believes that Wozniak may be predicting the “imminent death” of the iPod, which may be a bit extreme.

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