The creator of the iPod finally broke with Apple

    Many people remember the story of Tony Fadell, the creator of the iPod and one of the developers of the iPhone, who left Apple a year and a half ago . Then the company promised to pay him $ 300,000 a year for silence and a promise not to work anywhere. As reported, the silence agreement was signed until March 24, 2010.

    As the contract expired, reporters asked a well-known engineer about the development of the situation. In a telephone interview, he refused to discuss the situation with Apple (apparently, the NDA is still operating), but said that he will now work as a consultant and venture investor. According to him, he wants to create other things besides iPod and iPhone.

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