October 06, 2019
Tony Fadell — known as the “Father of the iPod” — took the day to answer on Twitter a few questions about his work at Apple with one of the most successful products in technology history. He worked at the company between 2001 and 2008 as a designer and then vice president of iPod engineering.
Tony believes the success of products like the iPod and iPhone is due to the fact that they were launched at the right time. They were able to launch the first iPod after 10 months of development, which even surprised Steve Jobs.
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“We need a user-friendly — no, a ‘user-delightful’ — tool to bring digital asset security to the rest of us, not just the geeks,” said Fadell.