Apple attacked Facebook parent company Meta this week. The two tech giants are fighting over who treats developers worse. Apple called out Meta’s “hypocrisy” for charging nearly 50% of developer revenues from digital asset sales. Apple and Facebook parent company Meta are fighting once again. After Meta recently announced intentions to take a nearly 50% cut from some developers selling digital goods on its “metaverse” platform, Horizon Worlds, Apple told MarketWatch the move “lays bare Meta’s hypocrisy.” Apple and Meta have been arguing about the cut taken from digital platforms for months — part of a years-long feud between Apple CEO Tim Cook and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.