The two Steves changed the world when they created Apple, but they're very different men. How well do you know the two innovators? See if you can tell them apart by taking this quiz.
Steve Jobs said this in an interview with CNNMoney/Fortune in 1993.
Steve Wozniak said this in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek when he discussed how he and Steve Jobs started Apple in Jobs' garage.
In 1973 Jobs went to India in search of enlightenment. Jobs said becoming a Buddhist was one of the main influences on his corporate values.
That was Wozniak in an interview with the BBC in 2013. He said he thinks Google has a more sophisticated search engine, but also he pointed out that there are aspects of both operating systems he likes.
Steve Jobs talked about death in an interview with Playboy way back in 1985.
Steve Jobs admitted to Newsweek he'd give up all his gadgets to spend a day with Socrates. Interesting choice.
Steve Wozniak is affectionately known as "Woz."
That was Steve Wozniak talking to Tech Insider about one major emotional scene between him and Steve Jobs in the "Steve Jobs" biopic.
Wozniak explained to writers at Fortune magazine how Steve Jobs still has an influence on Apple, even after his death.
Author Carmine Gallo shared this tip from Steve Jobs and other strategies for sparking true creativity in his book "The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs."
Steve Wozniak attended University of California, Berkeley where he met Steve Jobs.
This is one of the lines from Steve Jobs' famous 2005 Stanford University commencement speech.
Steve Jobs said this during a 2003 interview on "60 Minutes." He went on to explain that the Fab Four kept each other's negative tendencies in check, and that things in business are never done by one person — they're done by a team of people.
That was Steve Wozniak discussing the debut of Silicon Valley Comic Con in March 2016, which he is hosting.
John Sculley left Pepsi to become the CEO of Apple.
After hiring John Sculley as CEO of Apple and being fired shortly after, Steve Jobs made this famous statement in 2005 about his disgraced departure from the company.
Steve Jobs closed his memorable 2005 Stanford commencement speech with this simple directive.
San Jose, California named a street "Woz Way" in honor of Steve Wozniak
This was part of a Bloomberg interview when Steve Wozniak spoke about the Samsung Galaxy S III, which Apple was in more than $1 billion of patent lawsuits over.
After being ousted from Apple, Steve Jobs bought Pixar and helped turn it into the animation success it is today.
Steve Wozniak competed on "Dancing With the Stars" season 8 in 2009. He pulled a hamstring and fractured his foot during the experience and obviously didn't win.
Steve Jobs attended Reed College for one semester.
Ronald Wayne signed a partnership agreement assuming responsibility for mechanical engineering and documentation. He received a 10 percent stake in Apple but gave up his stock for $800 shortly after because he was afraid his assets would be seized if the company failed. His shares were estimated at more than $48 billion in 2012.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, Steve Wozniak said he thinks the Android beats the iPhone when it comes to a variety of features.
Steve Wozniak once dated comedian Kathy Griffin, who documented their relationship on her reality TV show, "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List."
He was Syrian. Jobs met his birth father, Abdulfattah "John" Jandali, unknowingly at the restaurant Jandali ran.
Steve Jobs said this at the 1997 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.
Steve Jobs said this in a 2008 interview with CNNMoney/Fortune.
Jobs worked for at Atari after he dropped out of college.
Steve Wozniak crashed his new single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza A36TC while attempting a takeoff from Santa Cruz Sky Park.