Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak definitely wants a Verizon iPhone.
We caught up with him today at the press event for the Computer History Museum’s Revolution Exhibit, which opens Thursday in Mountain View, Calif., and asked him what he thought of the upcoming device, which was officially announced this morning.
He’s a big gadget fan and said he thinks that Verizon is the best cell phone network in the United States. He said he’s excited about the Verizon iPhone’s mobile hot spot capability, since the connectivity saves him on occasion.
Wozniak is a fan of choice. He said he doesn’t like the fact that Android phones have had the Verizon network all to themselves. He also can’t wait to get the 4G LTE version at some point in the future and would love to have a phone that could access two different networks.
Check out the video of the ever-talkative Woz.
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