Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told his management team to use Android phones only, given that the operating system has more users worldwide. In accordance with The New York TimesAs reported, the decision was made after Apple CEO Tim Cook had criticized Facebook's MSNBC interview as it's a service that tracks "in your personal life."
In his comments made in March, Cook rejected the question that asked him what he would do if he were in the Cockerbang shoes, who would deal with Cambridge Analytica's scandal, saying "I would not be in this situation." Zuckerberg soon after responded to an interview with Transcode that he has found Kuk's comments on "extremely glibo" and that "I think it is important that we all can not get the Stockholm syndrome and allow companies that work to charge you to convince you that they really care for you." It sounds funny to me. "
While it is unclear how aggressive comments Cook made directly to Zuckerberg to issue their Android-only order, it remains a rational decision to make Americans use Android. Android is a dominant operating system in many regions outside of the United States, including South America, Europe, Russia, South Asia and the Middle East.
This is also a good business decision. Other technology companies, such as Snap, have strongly encouraged employees to use Android phones. US technicians tend to use these phones less, so when they're working with apps, an invisible location occurs. There are real differences between Android and iOS that could affect app development and user experiences.
That means we've been testing Twitter activity from a number of Facebook leaders, including block diagram leader David Marcus and AR and VR Andrew Boz Bosworth, who are still considered iPhone phones, so it's possible that the Zuckerberg order is not fully executed or that these people everyone uses the iPhone's personal life.