Apple Should Make Android Phones, Says Wozniak

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks Apple should make an Android phone. Such a device, though highly improbable, is not technically impossible. Mr. Wozniak left Apple in 1987, but continues to be a staunch Apple user, and defender of the company he helped found.

You may like reading this interview of Mr. Wozniak by Mat Honan of Wired. 

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