The Facebook & # 39; s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, ordered senior executives to drop off their laptops and switch to Android-powered smartphones.
According to the release, the order is a result of the agreement of Zuckerberg with Apple's boss Tim Cook.
In March 2018, Facebook criticized Facebook, accusing the social network of interfering with consumers' privacy and processing personal data. He added that Apple's confidential data was untouchable and did not intend to "monopolize" consumer privacy.
Cook commented on the scandal over 50 million Facebook users. Zuckerberg called this criticism superficial.
He adds that other technology companies, such as Verge and Snap, have recommended their partners to go to Android. The version adds that many Facebook administrators are still tweeting Apple devices, but the ban on using iPhone doesn't affect leisure time.