Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, is a computer engineer and inventor responsible for the creation of the Apple I computer as well as a primary contributor to the Apple II. He played arguably the biggest role in the personal computer revolution, and is a forefather of the third technological revolution, which ushered in the era of computing and the internet.
Wozniak worked with Steve Jobs primarily from 1976 to 1981, and stepped away from Apple for good in 1985. Since then, Wozniak has taken up a number of philanthropic and technological initiatives. Following his departure from Apple, he invented the first universal remote, taught technology in K-12 schools, hosted several rock concerts, finished his bachelor’s degree at UC Berkeley, and so much more.