The whole point of Apple was always to think the unthinkable.
So it's always lovely when co-founder Steve Wozniak says what he's thinking, in what always seems like an unfiltered way.
In an interview with Reuters in Singapore, Woz confronted the issues facing Apple and mused that specific products might have to be created for certain parts of the world.
Admitting that some might find the concept "almost treasonous," he wondered whether Apple shouldn't get together with Chinese partners and build a phone appropriate to the local market.
It shouldn't be called the iPhone. … Read more