After Steve Jobs' stunning resignation announcement today, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak described the outgoing CEO as the "most important technical leader ever" and an Ayn Rand-style objectivist to Bloomberg News.

In a phone interview with Emily Chang, Wozniak discusses Apple under Jobs' leadership, he'll "be remembered for the next hundred years as the best business leader of our time," quipped Woz, as well as how Apple's corporate culture will be affected by the departure, and how the iPhone is like a person—wait, what?

[Bloomberg via Electronista]