Wozniak said that Jobs had "a very futuristic forward vision, almost a bit of the science fiction, 'Here’s what life could be,' but Bill Gates had more of an execution ability to build the things that are needed now, to build a company now, make the profits now, in the short-term."
"I think that was the biggest difference between them," he said.
Wozniak also noted that while Jobs may be the more celebrated figure in the rise of personal computers, Gates was the one who understood how to make money.
"You really need the vision like Steve Jobs had, but the vision doesn't go anywhere if you try to jump in and build products before they are cost effective for what they do, return on investment is there," he said. "It was during the time of the Macintosh that the world market grew 10 times and Apple did not go up with it."
The National Geographic Channel will air 'American Genius: Jobs vs. Gates' airs on Monday, June 1st at 9PM.
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