In a discussion on Slashdot birthday celebrations, Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple was invited as one of the speakers. Steve Wozniak was answer questions posed during the discussion. They asked all the things to Wozniak, and there is one interesting thing from the question. Apparently, one of the founders of Apple support the Jailbreak community. Jailbreaking is a process of 'inroad iOS operating system', or rather eliminate the restrictions imposed by Apple on iOS devices hers.
When asked about the controversy platform is open or closed, he replied as follows:
'There is no correct opinion. I prefer transparency. I believe that you can create products that are the most innovative in the (platform) is open. But I could be wrong. Products tend to be more complex open. In my estimation, there are 80% of us are techno-phobic and afraid to admit that we know. I think mom and dad we also think about this. Apple is the safe haven of confusion.
I thought a lot of lies in Linux and open source. This is a place when I was young and was looking for my own technology. Some say that Apple's iPhone is closed, but with a different view. The device is covered for the sale and delivery method. You can make any application you want and deliver this capability on your own iPhone. You just can not distribute it to many people, outside of the App Store service. So young developers are not blocked at all. Yes, on Android you can do anything to make things fun and announce it to the whole world, and it's very motivating. So go on. I always give support to the jailbreak community because they remind me of when he met Steve Jobs and the way we are, to go on and on the way to Apple. "
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