Biography - A Short Wiki
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Tony Fadell, who is known as the “Father of the iPod,” is an American engineer, innovator, designer, and entrepreneur. He gained the title when he was appointed as the Senior Vice President of the iPod Division at Apple Inc. In 2001 which required him to manage all the hardware or software related to iPod.
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His first job was for three years at General Magic, where he worked with high-level brands Sony, Philips, Matsushita, Toshiba, and many more. He later started to work as a diagnostic engineer and system architect and helped in the manufacturing of many devices such as Sony Magic Link and Motorola Envoy.
Family and Personal Life
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Fadell has never shared anything about his personal life with the public. Tony Fadell is married to Danielle Lambert. Their wedding took place in 2002. He is very private about his personal life.
|Wife's/Spouse's Name||Danielle Lambert (m. 2002)|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Anthony Michael Fadell|
|Age (as of today)||53 years|
|Date of Birth||March 22, 1969|
|Place of Birth||Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan, U.S.A|
|Height||1.7 m, 5 feet 7 inches|
|Weight||88 kg, 194 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$900 million|
|Occupation||Designer, Engineer, Entrepreneur, Innovator|
Height, Weight, and Age
Tony Fadell's height is pretty average measuring 1.7 m. Tony Fadell weighs 88 kg. Being born on March 22, 1969, translates to an age of 53 years as of todays date (June 26, 2022).
Your television has changed, your phone has changed. Why don’t these other things you need, that the government tells you you must have in your home, change?Tony Fadell
I used to work about 100 hours a week; now it’s about 70. But 40 hours? Forget about it. Either you’re all in, or your not.Tony Fadell
Learning by doing is the only way I know how to learn.Tony Fadell
I’ve been working with contractors designing and building a house on a nonstop basis since 2005. I learned about all these systems of audio, construction, electricity, energy, water systems.Tony Fadell
You have to look at why people come and work at Nest. Part of it is that a lot of people here already know each other, but we’re also on a mission with a purpose. People are personally motivated by energy or safety.Tony Fadell