Apple unveiled its iPad Air, and even though there’s been a lot of chatter online in regards to the company’s name choice for their upcoming tablet, there’s one thing we’re sure we can all agree on: it looks pretty thin and light. Now that Steve Jobs is no longer around to influence what goes into any of the new Apple products, we’re left wondering what the famous CEO would think of the latest iPad. On the other hand, we still have Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak around, and it looks like he’s none too pleased about the iPad Air.
Wozniak missed Apple’s keynote due to traveling by plane to London to attend Apps World, but when he landed, he made sure to vocalize his opinions in regards to the iPad Air. “When I finally took a look at the devices, the iPads didn’t hit my needs,” Wozniak said to the audience at Apps World. “Yes it’s thinner, but I wanted storage. I don’t have broadband at home, so I carry all my personal media in the iPad. So I was hoping Apple has a 256GB iPad.”
Wait a second – did the Woz just say he doesn’t have broadband at home? OK – I think that’s a bigger news story than his remarks concerning the iPad Air. How could someone like Woz not have broadband at home? That seriously just blew my mind.