Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder, hospitalized in Mexico City, confirmed source.


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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was hospitalized in Mexico City on Wednesday while attending the World Business Forum, according to a source associated with the event.

Wozniak, aged 73, was rushed to the hospital at 3 p.m. local time after collapsing just moments before his scheduled appearance, as informed by the source.

Wozniak, the mastermind of technology, played a pivotal role in the inception and expansion of Apple computers, collaborating closely with Steve Jobs.

Wozniak, widely recognized as "Woz" within Silicon Valley circles,  gained immense acclaim for his groundbreaking design of the Apple I and  Apple II computers. 

These innovations not only transformed the landscape of personal  computing but also solidified Apple's position as a dominant force in  the market. 

Wozniak, the technical engineer, played a pivotal role in developing  these systems, while Jobs, the visionary and marketing expert,  contributed to their success. 

Together, they established Apple in Jobs' California garage in 1976, which has now become the world's most valuable company.