Last night, Mark Zuckerberg talked about Facebook relationship with Apple. He sad that they have a better relationship with Apple than Google, but iOS is an closed platform, Apple decide what comes in iOS an what goes out. Android is an open platform, they can make what they will with the Android.
We have a pretty good partnership with Apple, but they want to own the whole experience themselves. There aren’t a lot of bridges between us and Google, but we are aligned with their open philosophy. So do you think in, say, two years you will have this on the iPhone? “That’s above my pay grade to be able to answer that.” Look, I would love for that answer to be
yes. Facebook is in a very different place than Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung, and Microsoft. We are trying to build a community. We have a billion folks using our services now, and we want to get to 3 or 5 billion one day. We’re going to do that by building the best experience across all devices. Android is growing quickly, and we’re excited that the platform is open and that it allows us to build these great experiences.
Apple will never include Facebook Home because thay must change the springboard.
Let me know what do you think.