Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak revealed that he suffered a minor stroke while attending a business conference in Mexico City. He stated that he felt dizzy and experienced vertigo before going to the hospital, where an MRI showed that he had a “minor but real stroke.”
Wozniak, 73, was scheduled to speak at the World Business Forum in Mexico City, alongside other speakers such as Carly Fiorina and Muhammad Yunus. He had been slated as the conference’s closing speaker on Wednesday afternoon.
Following his hospital release, Wozniak returned to California and expressed that he was feeling good and waiting for dinner at home in Los Gatos.
Although he left Apple in 1985 to pursue other interests, Wozniak has continued to support the company and advocate for technology. Additionally, he has been involved in various pursuits, including participating in “Dancing With The Stars” in 2009 and serving as a judge in an online video show called “Unicorn Hunters.”
In addition to his other ventures, Wozniak has played a significant role in preserving the memory of his longtime friend, Steve Jobs, who passed away in 2011.