At a conference in Valencia, Spain last week, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak opened up about his relationship with Steve Jobs, his role at Apple, what he thinks of the iPhone, and where Google may be going.
A few highlights from the Q&A at the Campus Party (see video below):
On Steve Jobs:
"I chat with Steve Jobs now and then, from time to time... We have never had an argument, we have always been friends. We are not close friends like we once were spending every day together."
On the iPhone's antenna issues:
"I have not really had a problem with the antenna...I think it's a very tiny, tiny problem that has blown out of proportion because there are a lot of people that want to accuse Apple of a mistake only because Apple has been so good with its products, creating the products that we love. Even though I can cause the problem on my iPhone 4, I don't have the problem in real usage. A problem that is imagined to exist is that much greater the more you love the product. You're afraid it won't work and although you would not say the problem doesn't exist, it's not huge."
On the Google/Apple rivalry:
"In recent times I've been a little saddened to encounter the controversy between Apple and Google. I love Google but I'm afraid it has the chance to of becoming the the Microsoft of the future. You remember how Microsoft used all of their ownership of the operating system to take over the browser."
On his work at Apple:
"Although I receive a small salary from, Apple I do virtually no real work at the company."
WATCH: (h/t TechCrunch)