Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak talks about the controversial Apple Maps
I'm even a little suspicious to talk about, as I've always liked Steve Woz's remarks, but he was once again categorical and talked about Smartphones and competition from a user's point of view, a knowledgeable user, but a simple user.
Woz commented on the controversial and inaccurate maps of the new iOS, and reduced the people's squeak by stating:
I've been reading about these problems, and I don't know if they are so serious sometimes, there are a lot of complaints about a little thing that people realize, but it's not hard to deal with in real life. Regarding Maps, I'm still not sure I'm a little worried about turn-by-turn navigation, but I can make up for it with other apps. "
He had been involved with polemics lately for "speaking well of Android" and once again spared no words and again praised the Google platform.
I tried to use the navigation [on iPhone] and couldn't get to where I wanted to using the voice. So I was a little disappointed, because I love voice browsing on my Google phones, as they always understand and have a better database.
Woz's message seems pretty clear: the new app may not be perfect, but it's not the end of the world. Whether you agree with it or not depends on how you use maps on your phone.
At least he's sincere and controversial, so he's been talking about Windows Phone lately, praising the design of the system, even saying that the screens are friendlier than those on the iPhone, and once again he has wisely said that yet, The biggest problem of Windows Phone is the lack of apps.
So, what do you think about Steve Wozniak's analysis? Do you agree with him?