Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak wouldn’t like to sit long for a folding iPhone.
“Apple has been a pioneer for a significant long time in a couple of regions like contact ID, facial ID, and easy payment with the phone,” Wozniak stated in meeting in Bahrain. “They’re not the pioneer in zones like the folding phone, and that stresses me since I truly need a folding phone.”
Wozinak was alluding to folding phones that contenders Samsung Electronics Co. what’s more, Huawei Technologies Co. as of late presented. Apple’s adversaries have taken on its high-value technique as their own, estimating their folding phones at $1,980 and about $2,600, separately. Apple as of late revealed that iPhone income declined 15 percent in the monetary first quarter from a year sooner.
Wozniak is hopeful about Apple’s future, with the organization fanning out in a scope of undertakings outside of its center iPhones advertise. Be that as it may, regardless he inclines toward “my Roku” to Apple TV.
“They just got so successful on the iPhone and that was their entire business for quite a while,” he said. “Presently they’re stretching out so a great deal of their organizations have been extremely great.”
Wozniak helped to establish Apple with Steve Jobs and helped assemble the main models of Apple PCs. A bitcoin advocate, a year ago he joined somewhat known crypto start-up called Equi Capital.
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