Last Updated on November 27, 2020 by Editor
They’re both big technology companies, and that is the place where the similarities end. Practically the entirety of Facebook’s income is from publicizing yet it gives just a little division of Apple’s, which comes generally from gadgets and its App Store. The two organizations don’t generally compete with one another – they simply don’t care for one another.
For quite a long time, Apple’s Tim Cook has said Facebook treats its clients as an item – to bring in cash from promoting – and messes around with their security.
Mark Zuckerberg, then, says Apple’s items are costly and it has an ulterior motive for criticizing Facebook. A year ago, as indicated by the New York Times, Apple even remove Facebook’s developer tools.