Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak still has a vision of how computers can continue to impact everyday life, and can't see anything socially negative about computers.

Speaking to Reuters in support of his new book iWoz, Wozniak talks about his relationship with Steve Jobs, Macs and the future of the converged home.

"When will I be able to walk into your house, turn on my computer and see a list of the Hi-Fis I could send my audio to and the TVs I could send my video to? That'll happen," he told the report.

He reveals a continuing good relationship with Jobs, and dismisses the latter's refusal to write a foreword for his book as not a problem.

"I don't want to put pressure on someone like Jobs, because he's being hit by a thousand people a day putting pressure on him to do their thing," he said.