Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak mouths off again.
Woz is never shy of letting people know what he thinks, and here he is again, telling Apple off for not producing a larger iPhone.
Speaking to TechCentral, Wozniak said: "Part of me wishes that Apple had not been so kind of arrogant and feeling we’re the only one with the right clue.
“I wish they had made a small and a large version of the iPhone; that would have been great for me. Keep the aspect ratio the same, horizontal and vertical the same, but just grow it in the other way.”
“I think Apple tricked itself and said ‘oh you could reach everything with one thumb’ and I don’t see anybody having any trouble using the larger screens.
"Apple said that as a defensive move because when the other phones came out they all had larger screens. Apple is now trying to run with that defence, saying ‘we are right’ and really there’s a mix of people. Not all people want the same thing and a lot of people really like the big screens.”
Wozniak is great because he doesn't care about calling out the company he built and still has shares in. Sometimes his points of view aren't entirely on-point, but it's refreshing to hear from someone on the inside who isn't afraid to tell Apple when it's wrong,
Would you want an Phone closer in size to the Samsung Galaxy S III?