In the third and final video Woz answers questions about Steve Jobs and Apple with a unusual degree of frankness.
Steve Jobs played no role at all in any of my designs of the Apple I and Apple II computer and printer interfaces and serial interfaces and floppy disks and stuff that I made to enhance the computers. He did not know technology. He’d never designed anything as a hardware engineer, and he didn’t know software. He wanted to be important, and the important people are always the business people. So that’s what he wanted to do.
The Apple II computer, by the way, was the only successful product Apple had for its first 10 years, and it was all done, for my own reasons for myself, before Steve Jobs even knew it existed.
He does however point out that his partnership with Jobs was important. A great product wouldn't do anyone any good unless it sells - and for that you need a company:
"So it's very important, even if you are not a business man, find someone who is."
Whether you are a student, a start-up, or just want to hear about the days when computers used transistors or Woz's attitude to social media, Sarina's interview is worth watching.