Apple Likely To Launch A Search Engine Soon

Apple is reportedly under works of developing a search engine of their own, thus likely to depend less on Google in the forthcoming future. The speculations came to light after the enhanced search functionality offered on iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 didn’t require Google support to answer user queries. The multibillion-dollar company had also posted job openings this year for search engineers, suggesting they might be moving forward to having a native search engine. Read More

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Apple May Charge Google $15 Billion If It Invests In DuckDuckGo

Apple-Google-Search-EngineAs per recent reports, it is being said that Apple may charge Google a massive amount of $15 Billion per year which is double of what Google is paying right now if Apple decides to invest in DuckDuckGo, making it the default search browser on iOS and Mac devices. Anyhow, by taking this step, Apple might put $7-$8 Billion of its fixed yearly income from Google at stake, as the tech-giant might refuse to pay $15 Billion to Apple. Read More