Steve Wozniak Net Worth
Steve Wozniak is one of the co-founders of Apple, together with Ronald Wayne and Steve Jobs. He is an American computer engineer whose net worth is estimated $100 million dollars, as of 2019.
Steve Wozniak Personal Life:
Age in 2019: 69 Years
Date of Birth: 11 August 1950
Place of Birth: San Jose, California, United States
Religious conviction: Secular Humanist
Marital Status: Married
Zodiac Sign: Leo
Life Insurance: Unknown
Favorite Car: Unknown
Favorite Color: Unknown
Favorite Food: Unknown
Favorite Movie: Unknown
Birth Full Name: Stephen Gary Wozniak
Nick Name: Woz, Rocky Clark
Occupation: Inventor, electronics engineer, programmer, philanthropist, and technology entrepreneur
First Film: Unknown
Steve Wozniak Body Measurements:
Arms / Biceps: Unknown
Feet/Shoe Size: Unknown
Shirt Number: Unknown
Eye Color: Brown Dark
Hair Color: Salt and Pepper
Height: 1.75 m / 175 cm
Height: 5 ft 9 inches
Body Build: Large
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Steve Wozniak Family:
Father Name: Margaret Louise Wozniak
Mother Name: Margaret Louise Wozniak
Kids Name: Unknown
Steve Girlfriends / Affairs / Wife Name:
Janet Hill (m. 2008)
Suzanne Mulkern (m. 1990–2004)
Candice Clark (m. 1981–1987)
Alice Robertson (m. 1976–1980)
Steve Wozniak Net Worth: $100 million dollars, as of 2019
Steve Wozniak net worth: $100 million dollars, as of 2019, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
He was born Stephen Gary Wozniak in San Jose, California, United States on August 11, 1950, to Margaret Louise Wozniak (1923–2014) and Francis Jacob “Jerry” Wozniak (1925–1994) from Michigan.
Wozniak is an American electronics engineer, technology entrepreneur, inventor, programmer, and philanthropist. He co-founded Apple Inc. in 1976 that later on came out the largest information technology company in the world.
He and another Apple co-founder Steve Jobs both recognized globally as prominent figures carrying the personal computer revolution of the 1970s and 1980s.
He began developing the Apple I in 1975 into the computer that launched Apple at what time Wozniak and Jobs first initiated marketing it the next year.
His creation of the Apple II in 1977 was considered as one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputers, although Jobs supervised its foam-molded plastic case development and Rod Holt (early Apple employee) designed the switching power supply.
His great influence emerged association with computer scientist Jef Raskin over their development of the original Apple Macintosh concepts (1979 to 1981) what time Jobs has controlled the project after Wozniak’s brief departure from the company because of a shocking airplane accident.
After recovering and leaving Apple in 1985, Wozniak developed CL 9 and the first programmable universal remote, released in 1987. Afterwards, he started focusing on other business and some philanthropic projects throughout his career, spotlighting mainly on technology in K–12 schools.
Wozniak has been represented, cited, or interviewed innumerable times in media from the establishing of Apple to the present. He was described a person of “tolerant, ingenuous self-esteem” by Wired magazine who interviews with “a nonstop, singsong voice”.
As of resigning in 1985, he has appeared an employee of Apple in a ceremonial capacity since January 2018.