Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has ordered top executives to get out of their laptops and switch to Android-powered smartphones, The New York Times reported.
According to the release, the order was a consequence of the Zuckerberg conflict with Apple boss Tim Cook.
In March 2018, Cook criticized Facebook, accusing social networks of disturbing consumers' privacy and trading their personal data. He added that Apple considers confidential data to be inviolable and does not intend to "monetize" consumer privacy.
Cook commented on the scandal against 50 million Facebook users. Zuckerberg, in turn, calls this criticism superficial.
The Verge added that other technology companies, such as Snap, also recommended their colleagues to go to Android. The release added that many Facebook executives were still tweeting with Apple devices, but indicated that the ban on using an iPhone did not affect free time.