Apple Co-Founder Wozniak's health concerns rise: possible stroke scare

Apple Co-Founder Wozniak's health concerns rise: possible stroke scare

Tech Icon Steve Wozniak hospitalized following possible stroke

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, 73, was reportedly hospitalized in Mexico City on Wednesday, raising concerns of a possible stroke. The tech entrepreneur was in the city to participate in a World Business Forum event in the Santa Fe neighborhood.

Scheduled to speak at the conference at 4:20 p.m. local time, Wozniak's hospitalization disrupted the event, and organizers have not yet provided official comments on the situation. Details regarding the severity of Wozniak's condition or the hospitalization remain unconfirmed.

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Awaiting confirmation on health status

While various Mexican media outlets reported the incident, Reuters could not immediately verify the reports or obtain official statements from event organizers. The 73-year-old's unexpected health scare has raised concerns among the tech community and fans globally.

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As the news unfolds, individuals await updates on Wozniak's health and further information on the circumstances surrounding his hospitalization.

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