The iPod’s Inventor Strikes Out On His Own, And Invents…A Thermostat?! | Co. Design

 

 

The Nest Learning Thermostat is gorgeous, intuitive, and more necessary than you think. Just like a certain blockbuster MP3 player was once upon a time.

Tony Fadell invented the iPod. Okay, he didn’t do it singlehandedly–but the former Apple executive conceived it, got Apple on board, and then went on to shepherd the development of 18 (!) generations of the company’s signature pre-iPhone product. In 2008 he left Apple and several years later founded a stealth startup called Nest Labs, which was revealed this year to be in the… thermostat business. Wait, what?

via The iPod’s Inventor Strikes Out On His Own, And Invents…A Thermostat?! | Co. Design.

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