The Woz calls Apple's famous garage birth something of a myth
Against the image of the Apple co-founders as portrayed in the movie Jobs, Wozniak commented that it was not his friend who first thought ahead about how computers could change the world. He said that Jobs "found the words that explained what these computers would do for people and how important it was a little later in life." He also noted that while Steve Jobs couldn't create or build things like the Woz could, his goal was to run a company. But when it came time to make a suggestion, Wozniak said that Jobs "...had the best brain. He usually had a little, tiny suggestion, but almost always he was right."
But what about the endearing myth about Apple being born in Steve Jobs' garage? The Woz blows this up by saying that no designing, no prototyping or manufacturing was ever done there. He said, "The garage didn’t serve much purpose, except it was something for us to feel was our home." Really, who cares? Two kids start a company that becomes the most valuable enterprise in the history of the planet. That is the main story here, and one which Wozniak should be quite proud about as he looks back at what he and Steve Jobs started all those years ago.