As reported by MacRumors:
Steve Wozniak, spoke at a broadband conference in Australia.
In a Q&A session with journalists, Wozniak spent some time relating his thoughts about some of Apple's newest products.
In general, he had similar thoughts and concerns as many readers have had on Apple's iPhone and MacBook Air. Specifically, Woz found that lack of 3G on the iPhone to be surprising:
“I don’t understand why it would be a battery issue. I get as much life on my 3G phones as I do on my non-3G phones. Maybe I’m wrong, maybe I’m not paying close enough attention. But I don’t think that’s it though.”
Steve Wozniak read it ... I know he did ... he saw the Anandtech Analysis. * And the Samsung battery life of 3G vs Edge test that Ars Technica performed
He also knows that AT&T has only a 50% of the US deployment of 3G EVEN NOW! He lives in Silicon Valley where this really isn't much of a concern.
Apple WILL NOT RELEASE 3G iPhones until at least 75% of the country is covered by 3G. That won't happen until June 2008.