The Apple co-founder has said he "hates" the US Apple/Samsung patent case ruling.
In a recent interview with Bloomberg Wozniak said he doesn't agree with the outcome of the infamous iPhone patent lawsuit from last month. The former Apple employee said he can't see Apple's favorable ruling holding up during the appeals process.
"I hate it. I don't think the decision of California will hold. And I don't agree with it, very small things [patented] I don't really call that innovative." Wozniak said.
Last month a US District Court found that Samsung's Android smartphone devices infringed on patents found in Apple's iPhones. The ruling scored Apple a $1bn award for damages. Samsung has since appealed the courts ruling.
Wozniak added he believes technology firms would do well to change the way that they handle patents. The Apple 1 creator said he would prefer a more open approach to technology patents.
"I wish everybody would just agree to exchange all the patents and everybody can build the best forms they want to use [from] everybody's technologies," continued Wozniak.
This isn't the first time Wozniak has had strong words about Apple's methods. In 2008 he was quoted as saying the iPod was on its last legs and bemoaned the product's proprietary nature.
Despite his policy criticisms, Wozniak had some pleasant words for the iPhone 5. He specifically cemented his interest in the latest iPhone's camera.
"A better quality on the pictures will mean a lot, because when I show people pictures on my iPhone 4 and my Galaxy S3, they always say the Galaxy S3, or even the Motorola Razr, pictures look better," Wozniak said about the iPhone's new camera.
The new iPhone features an 8MP camera that Apple contends improves upon the iPhone 4S camera.
Wozniak's kind iPhone words are a stark contrast to what he thought about the smartphone when it first came out. In an interview from 2008 Wozniak said he preferred the Motorola Razr to the original iPhone.
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