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2 Feb, 2024
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During Meta's Q4 earnings call, CEO Mark Zuckerberg expressed skepticism about Apple's newly implemented policies allowing alternative app stores in the European Union.

While EU regulations technically enable the creation of rival app stores, Zuckerberg criticized Apple's approach, stating that the company has made it "very difficult" for developers, including Meta, to consider alternatives due to onerous requirements and fees.

The EU's Digital Markets Act has prompted Apple to open up the iPhone in the region, but the specifics of Apple's implementation have drawn criticism from various app developers, echoing concerns about security, fees, and business model implications.