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Monday, 30 April 2012 07:49

Woz loves Windows Phone

Written by Peter Scott



More beautiful than iOS, Android


Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak will probably get a lot of fanboy hate mail in response to his latest blasphemous comments.

In a recent interview, The Great Woz said apps on Windows Phone are more beautiful than their counterparts on iOS and Android. Woz said he is “shocked” on every screen and that WP7 simply has superior visual appearance.

“In my opinion, it sets the mark for user interface. I would recommend it over my Android phones given that it doesn't yet have the breadth of apps," Wozniak wrote.

Worse, he went on to say that Steve Jobs might have been reincarnated at Microsoft, surely a comment worthy of a fatwa or a good old Salem witch trial.

However, Wozniak still thinks the iPhone is the best smartphone out there.

More here.


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