In a rare emotional interview, Bill Gates talked about a wide variety of topics, including a meeting with rival and sometimes friend, Steve Jobs, during the Apple co-founder's last days.
The Microsoft Chairman also found time to applaud Jobs and his sense of design in an interview
with Charlie Rose on CBS's 60 Minutes.
When asked by the show host what he wished he could've had that Jobs had, Gates accepted that it was Steve's sense of design.
"His sense of design, that everything had to fit a certain aesthetic. The fact that he, with as little engineering background as he had, it shows that design can lead you in a good direction. And so phenomenal products came out of it."