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Tony Fadell, Father of Apple’s iPod, Joins Arm Board During Apple Silicon Transition

On Nov. 5 – Tony Fadell, the former vice president of Apple who is known as the “father of the iPod,” doesn’t seem to be retiring anytime soon.

After selling the company he founded to Google, Fadell has now joined the board of directors of semiconductor company Arm.

Tony Fadell officially joined Arm’s board of directors on Thursday to help the company improve its processor designs as Arm expands its technology into more areas than just smartphones, CNET reports.

In fact, Tony Fadell’s history at Arm goes back long before this new role, as he previously pushed hard for the use of Arm chips in the iPod and iPhone. Later, Apple found the Arm architecture to be really good, so it is now used in processors like the latest M1 and M2.

The primary reason Fadell prefers Arm over other designs is that it is more focused on low power consumption. He believes that performance should not come at the cost of poor endurance. Now that the main constraint for PCs and servers is also power consumption, Fadel said, Arm’s focus on low power becomes even more important.

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the executive said he hopes to “bring more of a systems-level mindset” to Arm when considering “the end consumer.

Arm CEO Rene Haas invited Fadell to work with Arm, which introduced Fadell as a new member of the board at the 2022 Networking Summit in Lisbon, which also featured two Apple executives as speakers.

It’s unclear what Tony Fadell will do at Arm, but it’s believed he will be the link between Apple and Arm, and in 2020, Apple announced that the Mac will gradually transition from Intel processors to its own Apple Silicon, and Apple is expected to release a series of M2-derived chips in the first quarter of next year based on The MacBook Pro and Mac Pro/ mini are expected to be released in the first quarter of next year.

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