More than a month ago, Apple introduced a new generation of iPhone – the iPhone 13 series. This series arrived as the successor to the iPhone 12 series, and in relation to it brought some changes, both in design and interior. Still, the Apple co-founder isn’t overly fascinated by the iPhone 13 series.
Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of the American technology giant and designer of the Apple I and Apple II computers, stated that he got the new iPhone 13, but that he cannot notice the difference between it and the iPhone 12, and that he will not use it. When it comes to the look of the phone, the iPhone 13, however, brings a smaller change compared to its predecessor, slightly larger camera modules on the back. Although these are small changes, they are also bigger than the ones brought by the iPhone 12 compared to the iPhone 11.
However, the screen of the phone itself is now better, and this applies to the Pro versions because both of these models have AMOLED screens with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Wozniak further stated that he still uses the iPhone 8, which was introduced back in 2017, and said that it is the same as the iPhone 7, which is the same as the iPhone 6. Also, Wozniak had negative comments regarding the design of the iPhone in 2017 when Apple, along with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, introduced the iPhone X with a new design, which did not impress Wozniak.
Still, not to be all so black, Wozniak also praised Apple, and the praise refers to the Apple Watch. He was so impressed with the watch that he said it was his favorite piece of technology, and he also stated that he can’t wait for the introduction of the foldable iPhone.
By: Olivia J. – Zexron