Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, is reportedly hospitalized in Mexico City.

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Steve Wozniak, one of the co-founders of Apple, was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday in Mexico City, according to a source from the World Business Forum (WBF) organizers, which he attended in the country’s capital. 

According to the source, Wozniak, 73, fainted minutes before he was scheduled to participate in the event and was brought to the hospital around 3 p.m. local time.


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The tech wizard who created the original Apple computers, Steve Jobs collaborated with Wozniak to establish and expand the business.

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The Apple I and Apple II computers, created by Steve Wozniak, also referred to as “Woz” in Silicon Valley circles, changed personal computing and made Apple the industry leader.

Wozniak was the technical engineer behind these systems, while Jobs served as the visionary and marketing expert. The two co-founded Apple, now the world’s most valuable company, in Jobs’ California garage in 1976.

This is a developing story. More to follow.

Source: CNN.Com

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