Scott “Forstall was the co-inventor of the iPhone’s ground breaking operating system. He led iOS from its creation until the end of 2012 when he was abruptly forced out of the company.,” Jay Yarow reports for Business Insider. “He went from being in charge of the most important product at the world’s most valuable company to disappearing over night.”

“Amir Efrati at new technology site The Information is reporting that Forstall spent the year traveling to Italy and South Africa,” Yarow reports. “He also advised a few startups, and became more philanthropically involved, focusing on education, poverty, and human rights.”

Yarow reports, “Apple employees think Forstall’s next move will be starting his own company.”

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