Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer with Steve Jobs in 1976, gave an on-camera interview with Bloomberg today in which he talks a little about the company's history as well as his belief that Apple will continue to deliver "home run, after home run, after home run" even with Jobs gone. Ronald Wayne, who started the company with Jobs and Wozniak as "adult supervision," but then famously sold his shares 12 days later for $800, also joins the discussion. Check it out above.

[Bloomberg]