Tony Fadell, the father of the classic iPod, talks about his death and the future of music

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The iPod has been part of my life for a decade. I’m sad to see it end “, says the man who worked side by side with Steve Jobs to create the pocket music player. He is also clear about what has killed the iPod: music and other streaming content .

The purchase of Beats AudioMusic fits perfectly with these statements by Fadell: Apple has already entered the streaming market, but it has done so in a clumsy way. iTunes Radio is, at the moment, the equivalent of the Motorola ROKR on the iPhone. This is a prelude to something that could be much more important. We’ll have to wait and see what fruits the merger of Beats Music with iTunes services can give, but they sure promise.

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