How many hours a day do you spend on your smartphone or other devices? Former Apple engineer Tony Fadell, also referred to as the “Father of the iPod”, believes that society spends too much time on their devices. He recently contended in an op-ed for Wired that Apple has a responsibility to curb iPhone “addiction”.
'Father of the iPod' Tony Fadell suggests 3 features Apple could add to the iPhone to fight device addiction
The technologist Tony Fadell, who founded Nest and worked on the original iPod, is worried about device overuse. In an editorial for Wired UK, he has suggested some features Apple could build into future iPhones to fight device addiction.
Tony Fadell worked on the original iPod, and he's come up with some ways Apple could curb unhealthy device usage.
Apple needs to examine the problem of smartphone addiction, former Apple executive and 'father of the iPod' Tony Fadell believes, suggesting the iPhone producer should come up with a way to combat unhealthy levels of device usage, potentially by ...
Tony Fadell, who was instrumental to the creation of the iPod, believes Apple should tackle the issue of smartphone addiction.
Former Apple executive, father of the iPod and current Nest CEO Tony Fadell wants Apple to do more to battle smartphone addiction. In a newly published op-ed, Fadell argues that it would be “easy” for Apple to create a deep dashboard that could reveal exactly how much time we spend on different apps. “Take healthy
'Father of the iPod' Tony Fadell suggests 3 features Apple could add to the iPhone to fight device addiction (AAPL)
Former Nest CEO Tony Fadell was crucial in the development of the iPod and iPhone at Apple over 10 years ago. So in many ways he's directly responsible for the skyrocketing amount of time we're spending on our devices, a trend that some believe is causing device addiction.
‘Father of iPod’ Tony Fadell thinks Apple needs to tackle iPhone addiction, company reportedly working on it
The former Apple engineer Tony Fadell, nicknamed the ‘father of the iPod,’ thinks Apple has a responsibility to tackle the problem of iPhone addiction.
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