Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg orders his employees to ditch their iPhone and use Android Smartphones because Android has more wide user-base than Apple.
The tech giant Google’s Android mobile operating system has a huge number of users worldwide than its rival iOS of the tech giant Apple. But this is not the actual reason for this order, as the reason is the tech giant Apple’s CEO, of course, Tim Cook criticized the social network giant Facebook in an interview with MSNBC for being a service that deals with “personal life”.
The reports indicate that the incident occurred after Apple CEO Tim Cook took numerous jabs in a Cambridge Analytica Scandal interview with MSNBC. The scandal resulted in the loss of almost 1 million UK users and the number for worldwide users was 87 million.
The CEO of the social network giant Facebook, of course, Mark Zuckerberg responded that “I think it’s important that we do not all get the syndrome of Stockholm and companies that work hard accuse you more simply worry more about you Because that seems ridiculous to me.”
He also said that Apple makes devices that only “Rich People can afford.”
According to popular hosting websites millennials love the Social Networking website and praise it. Facebook’s aim of connecting people all around the world has been hugely successful. People are able to do businesses, exchange ideas all around the world.
And if we talk about Apple, sure they’re overpriced. But it is a Popular Brand and it has managed it’s way into people’s hearts. This makes similar philosophies between the product and it’s user. Apple has done it perfectly. What do you think? Post your views in the comments down below.