Steve Wozniak: Android will be the dominant smartphone platform

Woz then moved on to the topic of Android saying that Android smartphones, not the iPhone, would become dominant, noting that the Google OS is likely to win the race similarly to the way that Windows ultimately dominated the PC world. Woz stressed that the iPhone, "Has very few weak points. There aren't any real complaints and problems. In terms of quality, the iPhone is leading." However, he then conceded that, "Android phones have more features," and offer more choice for more people. Eventually, he thinks that Android quality, consistency, and user satisfaction will match iOS.
I'm not sure I buy the entire thing of freedom of choice and "more features" as a compelling argument over style and quality in this particular consumer device segment. I'm not saying he's wrong, just that it probably won't happen for those reasons.
Wozniak actually commented on the article saying he was misquoted:
Rather off the mark. The reporter took notes by hand. I barely commented that I expect Android to have a greater market share, only from what I have read. I then elaborated on how it was similar to Microsoft with PC's and how much junk came from it and I praised the iOS platform as the best and nearly ideal one. I did not say that Android has more features, only that it has some features that the iPhone doesn't have, like being able to speak "Navigate to Joe's Diner", but I pointed out things I can speak into my iPhone that I can't yet into my Droid X. So don't believe the headlines.
As for an Apple phone, I probably said something like "suppose that Apple had...etc." to illustrate that Apple only releases products when they are incredible enough.
I don't read dutch but I hope most of the long interview came through well. I kept giving the reporter time to write things. I have complemented features of Android phones but never have said that they are better than iPhones, to anyone, so don't misread that.
Even so, I'm sure there are lots of Android fans out there that were quick to agree with the misquote, so the point stands.