BYTE spoke to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak yesterday following the news of Steve Jobsâ€™ resignation as Apple CEO, and he told them that he is happy for Steve Jobs.
Wozniak also told Smith that he doesnâ€™t think that Jobsâ€™ culture will have an adverse affect on Apple, because the â€œgreat, great peopleâ€ that Jobs has always worked with at Apple are still there. â€œApple is set up. It just needs to stay financially responsible.â€â€œHe really has had to sacrifice a lot to run Apple,â€ Wozniak told BYTEâ€™s Gina Smith. â€œI mean, just your time, everybody wants you day and night, thatâ€™s what I mean by sacrifices. It takes so much out of anyone to be under just constant pressure and demands like that. Steve needs now to just have some â€˜Steve time.â€™ He deserves it.â€
Iâ€™ve posted the video of Steve Jobsâ€™ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address at the top of this post. If you havenâ€™t seen it yet, take a look, itâ€™s truly inspiring.
Source: Steve Jobs Resigns As Apple's CEO, Names COO Tim Cook His Successor, via BGR.
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