In a recent interview with Reuters, Apple Co-founder Steve Wozniak has revealed that he would be open to one day returning to the Cupertino tech giant. He went on to say that he would like to add his own unique flair to proceedings and lamented Apple’s current rigid philosophy towards maintaining its closed ecosystem. “I’d consider it, yeah,” get in there and add my own touches,” “My thinking is that Apple could be more open and not lose sales.”
Steve Wozniak was responsible for creating the Apple 1 and Apple 2 personal computers in the mid-1970s. With questions surrounding Steve Jobs’ health still lingering his replacement has yet to be named. Analysts have widely touted for some time that Jony Ive or Tim Cook will step up to take his place. Although it is not expected that Wozniak would return to replace Jobs his eventual return could be seen as a much needed boost for the company in terms of leadership.