Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has been released from a hospital in Mexico City after experiencing a minor stroke. Wozniak, affectionately known as “Woz,” was attending the World Business Forum when he suddenly felt dizzy and had difficulty walking. Unfortunately, he passed out just minutes before he was scheduled to give a speech at the event.
Wozniak was immediately rushed to ABC Sante Fe hospital, where an MRI confirmed that he had suffered a small stroke. Fortunately, his condition remained stable throughout his time in the hospital, and he has since been discharged. Wozniak is now on his way back to the United States to continue his recovery.
The tech icon co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs in 1976, and the pair played an instrumental role in revolutionizing the personal computer industry. Wozniak’s expertise and inventive mind helped introduce personal computers to the world, forever changing the way people live and work.
In 1985, Wozniak bid farewell to Apple but continued to play an active role in the tech industry. He took on various roles, including those of an entrepreneur and philanthropist. Wozniak has always remained committed to using his success to make a positive impact on society.
While many know Wozniak for his contributions to the tech world, he has also dabbled in other endeavors. In recent years, he showcased his dancing skills on the popular TV show “Dancing With The Stars.” Additionally, Wozniak has been involved in organizing Silicon Valley Comic Con, an annual event that celebrates all things pop culture.
Fans and colleagues from around the world are sending well wishes to Wozniak as he recovers from his health scare. His impact on the technology landscape is immeasurable, and his perseverance and passion continue to inspire countless individuals.
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