In November 2008, Tony Fadell, Apple’s senior vice president of the company’s iPod and iPhone divisions, stepped down due to "personal reasons." At the time, this was thought to be a blow to Apple, as Fadell was considered to be one of the execs on the short list to eventually succeed Steve Jobs as CEO. But Apple wasted little time finding a solid replacement: Mark Papermaster.
In November 2008 Apple hired IBM’s Mark Papermaster to beÂ Apple’s Senior Vice President of Devices Hardware Engineering replacing Tony FadellÂ as head ofÂ Apple’sÂ iPod and iPhone divisions. A court deal later forcedÂ Papermaster t... Read Post
An executive who oversees hardware engineering for the iPhone is leaving Apple Inc., a company spokesman said Monday. Apple did not say why the executive, Mark Papermaster, senior vice president of iPhone and iPod hardware engineeri... Read Post