Writing on his blog, he vented his frustration at the process, which has hampered the release of Facebook 3.0 for iPhone, which remains unapproved.
Stressing that he isn’t speaking for Facebook and insisting he’s no intention of abandoning iPhone development, he says: “I have only one major complaint with the App Store, and I can state it quite simply: the review process needs to be eliminated completely,” he writes,
“Does that sound scary to you, imagining a world in which any developer can just publish an app to your little touch screen computer without Apple’s saintly reviewers scrubbing it of all evil first? Well, it shouldn’t, because there is this thing called the World Wide Web which already works that way, and it has served millions and millions of people quite well for a long time now.”
“This is all about lawyers, not quality, and it shows that the model of Apple’s justice system is guilty until proven innocent. They don’t trust us, and I resent that, because the vast majority of us are trustworthy.”