Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak didn"t call "Siri" a world-changing event, like the co-founder of Siri did in the days leading up to the iPhone 4S announcement.
Woz in the video says he is "a little afraid about the future of Apple" even though "it could go positive."
Some of his concerns are based on Apple"s iPhone 4S product demo. He says the company talked about its dual-core processor, but "Steve (Jobs) doesn"t want us to think about dual-core processors, all we need to know is how do we get our answer, how do we connect to the internet… Human things, not technical things." He also says he doesn"t want Apple to go the way Sony went in its products.
In this video, shot with an iPhone, Woz shared his reaction to the recent death of Steve Jobs and the last phone call they had together. Woz also talked about the Apple"s planned spaceship campus and its connection to Apple history.
Woz likes to be the first person in line to buy the latest Apple products. This evening, the Apple co-founder and designer of the Apple I and II, was #1 on line outside the Apple store in Los Gatos, California to get the iPhone 4S.
In the video, he explains what feature the new phone has that will change his life. Woz also tells us why "search engines should be replaced by answer engines."
We’ll post another video soon on his thoughts about Steve Jobs and some concerns he has about the future of Apple. This exclusive interview was shot, fittingly, on an iPhone 4, so excuse the shaky camera.