Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has revealed that he was just ten-years old when he first fell in love with computers.
He found an engineering journal about the machines in a cupboard at his home. Speaking during a speech in Tokyo, he revealed: "I decided I was going to love this stuff for life," as reported by Reuters.
Of course, 'Woz' went on to create the Apple II. While he was the developmental genius behind Apple, it was current Apple CEO and company co-founder Steve Jobs who provided the marketing talent, he said.
"Every time I built something, Steve would say, 'Let's sell it,'" he said, describing the mercurial Apple boss as "very good at talking".
He stressed the need for young children to be given the chance to explore, the report adds.