Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was rushed to hospital in Mexico City on Wednesday. Mexican media outlets initially reported that Wozniak may have suffered a stroke, but a more recent report from TMZ suggested that it could be a less serious bout of vertigo. The tech guru was in Mexico City to participate in a World Business Forum event, but it is unclear whether he will be able to attend due to his hospitalization. Event organizers have not yet made any comments on the matter.
It is important to note that the reports of Wozniak’s hospitalization have not been confirmed by Reuters or any other reliable source. However, TMZ reported that Wozniak managed to finish his speech at the event but later told his wife he was feeling strange. Concerned, his wife insisted that he seek medical attention.
Wozniak, who co-founded Apple Computer back in 1976 with Steve Jobs, has been an influential figure in the tech industry. Apple went on to become the world’s most valuable company and was responsible for pioneering personal computing.
As of now, individuals affiliated with Wozniak’s website have not responded to requests for comment on his condition or the incident itself. It remains to be seen what the future holds for the renowned tech icon, and his health will undoubtedly be closely monitored by fans and the industry alike.
Please note that these details are subject to change as more information becomes available, and it is always best to rely on verified sources for the most accurate information.
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