Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak admits the iPhone is 'somewhat behind' competitors… panic z10?
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak admits the iPhone is 'somewhat behind' competitors… and praises Samsung's 'great products'
Tech guru has attacked Apple products before
Said he was impressed by Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system
By KATE BEVAN
PUBLISHED: 11:12 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:04 GMT, 8 February 2013
The iPhone is 'falling behind' on features, according to one of Apple's key founders.
Steve Wozniak - known as Woz - founded the giant Californian firm with Steve Jobs in 1976.
And although it's 35 years since the other Steve parted company with Apple, people still sit up and listen when he speaks out about the company and its products.
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Outspoken Steve Wozniak still prefers to queue up for a new Apple product at a local store, and camped overnight to buy the iPhone 4 when it launched
Speaking to Wirtschafts Woche, a German website, Mr Wozniak said that the iPhone is 'somewhat behind with features in the smartphone business.
'Others have caught up. Samsung is a big competitor. But precisely because they are currently making great products.'