Apple's CEO Tim Cook said clients who need a sideload application would be bound to purchase an Android telephone. Talking at the Dealbook Online Summit facilitated by the New York Times, CEO Cook said that iPhone clients don't focus on the sideloading movement (downloading applications straightforwardly from open web sources other than the applications accessible in the App Store). Talking at the occasion, Cook said clients have the opportunity to pick or sideline free from any danger stages. "Individuals today have the opportunity to pick", he said. Assuming you need to sideload, purchase an Android telephone. As we would like to think, providing the client with the choice of sideload resembles telling my customer not to wear airbags and safety belts as a vehicle producer. Which nobody does today. So the need of the iPhone is to ensure greatest security and protection. Cook's remarks come in the midst of developing legitimate and legislative interest in Apple's App Store practice and the utilization of iPhone clients to purchase and download applications.