Wozniak calls cellphone company Nokia a throwback from “a previous generation.”
Nokia, he said, came late to the touch screen game and now has “an image problem” that it needs to rectify with a fresh new brand and younger customer base.
Wozniak had sweeter words for Google’s Android phone, however, saying that the smartphone would likely edge out iPhone for market dominance.
Though Apple’s iPhone has “very few weaknesses” and is a leader in quality, he said, the Android has more features that appeal to a wider audience. Once Android works through its glitches, the operating system will surpass Apple’s, he said.