As we all know, Facebook is concerned about Apple’s privacy changes in the latest iOS 14.5 update, requiring advertisers to obtain user permission to track their data and deliver personalized ads. However, it should be noted that people know that Facebook is worried about the latest issues related to Apple, but Steve Jobs and CEO Scott Forstall and Phil Schiller ( An internal email between Phil Schiller revealed that Apple had a dispute with Facebook as early as 2011.
Last August, Facebook accused Apple of preventing it from launching its Facebook game app for the iPhone. Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg (Sheryl Sandberg) said the company needs to delete the in-game part of the app to get Apple’s approval. The iPhone’s App Store Now, a recent e-mail issued by three former Apple executives (Steve Jobs, Scott Foster, and Phil Schiller) indicates a similar dispute between Apple and Facebook It may be one of the reasons Facebook delayed the release of -App. Used on the iPad for ten years.
Last year, Facebook again accused Apple of unfairly using controls on the App Store and iPhone to harm developers and consumers. Apple released the iPad in 2010, but Facebook has not even released an app. By October 2011, a Facebook engineer attributed the delay to the company’s strained relationship with Apple. The emails between the two executives Scott Forstall and Phil Schiller show that Scott Forstall also told the Facebook CEO, Do not include “integrated apps” in Facebook’s iPad app. Scott doesn’t like moving to Facebook because he doesn’t like it. Even security, which is why the company said it should make iPad apps without Facebook. Facebook is trying to transform its social media platform into a game and application platform.
To this end, Apple must negotiate this move, because Facebook can skip the app catalog in the Facebook app, not even skip links, and Facebook can even prevent third-party apps from launching. In the “built-in web view,” Facebook also wants Apple to allow users to post it in news feeds related to the app. Therefore, Facebook recommends that clicking on any of these apps in the feed will change the user to a local app, or transfer it to the App Store, or link it to the Apple Safari browser. Apple’s Teft Jobs also responded on his iPad, saying that he agreed to delete Facebook’s third proposal.
Forstall discussed the third proposal in detail with Facebook’s CEO, but Facebook did not agree to block Facebook. The application does this. Phil Schiller’s email says that he doesn’t even like why Apple wants this app, because these apps are not local at all, and these apps are not related, and these apps are not in the App Store. Obtained permission from the Internet, so Apple was unable to do so. Go take a look. The app and Facebook also don’t use API tools. In some emails from Steve Jobs, the name Facebook was also mentioned. Steve called it “Fecebook” and pointed out that Facebook is not allowed to host its applications.
The iPhone’s App Store Now, a recent e-mail issued by three former Apple executives (Steve Jobs, Scott Foster, and Phil Schiller) indicates a similar dispute between Apple and Facebook It may be one of the reasons Facebook delayed the release of -App. Last year, Facebook again accused Apple of unfairly using controls on the App Store and iPhone to harm developers and consumers.