"Someday this little computer," she heard her husband say, "will be my best friend."
Steve Wozniak had just pulled his iPhone out of his pocket when he told a group of Apple (AAPL) investors in Los Angeles Friday that the device -- or one of its successors -- would someday be his closest companion.
Sitting in the audience two rows back, his wife, Janet Hill, whispered under her breath: "I'm in trouble."
Wozniak spoke -- rapidly and with infectious enthusiasm -- for about an hour on the last day of the first Apple Investor Summit. Among the revelations (at least to me):
Wozniak, who clearly prefers his iPhone, suggested that every Apple executive should be forced to own and use a Google (GOOG) Android phone "so they know what they can do."
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