Apple's surviving co-founder says he worries that a post-Jobs Apple may go the way of Sony.
Steve Wozniak gave an illuminating interview to TechCrunch today in which he expressed several heartfelt emotions--among them, fear.
Of course, Apple's surviving co-founder--who spoke while standing in line for an iPhone 4S in Los Gatos, Calif.--expressed his sadness at the passing of Steve Jobs. But Woz went on to say that without Jobs, Apple could easily lose its ability to transcend tech-industry tropes and directly address customer needs.
"I'm a little afraid," Woz said. "It needs one person--almost one person--one mind still in control."