Jeremy Wyld has spent over 15 years working on innovative, consumer products. He started with Apple and its Newton projects. After dabbling in the startup realm for a while, he returned to Apple. This time he was focused on Internet technologies as a core part of OS X until he transitioned to the original iPhone team. He was named on the famous '949 patent (US Patent 7,479,949; commonly referred to as "the iPhone patent") as well as being a contributor to the iPod Touch and iPad.