Apple and Google Privacy iPhone Introduction Revealed

Apple and Google were once close. In fact, they are more than friends. Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt worked on a panel of Apple executives and even went to the stage at the iPhone show in 2007. If you are an Apple fan, of course you know that Google and Apple are strong competitors nowadays. One of the most controversial issues around Google Android, which late Apple CEO Steve Jobs said was the complete takeover of the iPhone, sparked the original schism between the two Silicon Valley Titans.

And in fact, while everyone is talking about the Apple Facebook privacy war, the iPhone developer is also targeting Google directly with its ads and a very successful privacy policy. Apple and Google are already competing across the mobile ecosystem, including Android and iOS, and in the browser market with Chrome and Safari. Now Apple Maps is acceptable, it competes with Google Maps, and of course Gmail and Apple Mail are even rivals.

One thing Apple has always been missing is the search engine, and you may, or may not realize that the default search engine on Apple’s Safari browser is Google. That means every time you search for anything on your iPhone, including through Siri voice assistant, you go through Google by default. That business was worth a lot of money, and it was growing. Analysts at Bernstein predict pay from Google to the iPhone maker could reach $ 15 billion this year, up from $ 10 billion in 2020, reports 9to5Mac. As Google tries to pull Microsoft out of the coveted hole, they think it could even reach $ 18 to $ 20 billion by 2022. Apple also offers built-in support for the DuckDuckGo private browser. , and recently rolled out support for the eco Ecosia explorer.

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