Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who founded the company with Steve Jobs seem unimpressed with the latest iPhone. Wozniak says he “can’t tell the difference” between the new iPhone 13 and its predecessor. Apple’s latest iPhones received some criticism from specific users, and it seems that Wozniak is one of them.
“I got the new iPhone; I can’t tell the difference. The software that’s in it applies to older iPhones, I presume,” said Wozniak. The co-founder seems dissatisfied with Apple’s latest phone and is calling it out.
However, Wozniak’s reasons are legit. Apart from some camera upgrades, there’s not much of a difference between the two iPhones. Only the Pro models got an upgrade with the ProMotion displays. Apart from this, the iPhone 13 series isn’t radically different from the previous generation.
“I worry about largeness and size … but I don’t study it,” said Wozniak. “I’m just into if the products are good.”
Steve Wozniak has been away from Apple for three decades now but still values quality assurance. Back in 2019, he expressed his concern for wanting Apple to bring a foldable phone that he would like to own.
Surprisingly, Steve Wozniak is still using an iPhone 8 that he considers the same as iPhone 7 and iPhone 8. Well, he’s not wrong there. There are minute differences between these three iPhone models.
Over the years, co-founder Steve Wozniak hasn’t failed to raise his voice and tell Apple what he likes and dislikes. If you too dislike the current iPhones, then the upcoming iPhone 14 lineup might interest you.