Google Search bar on iPhone Costs google $1 Billion Dollars
It was inevitable that google the search giant, was giving some percentage of its revenue share to apple. Since, everyone knows it Apple and the Google are the two big things in the Smart device industry covering most of the world.
Although, android Operating system is the most used mobile operating system in the world, we can’t deny that Apple iOS is the easiest to use and the more premium one. And also iPhone users tend to have high buying or high sales probabilities, and it is very important for the Google to be the first place iPhone users go to for search results?
This is that Important to Google that the Web internet giant reportedly pays its biggest rival in mobile a big amount of money. According to a Bloomberg examination of a court transcript from Oracle’s the search giant paid Apple $1 billion in 2014 to keep its search bar on iOS devices.
Google Search bar – As this is highly confidential reports from the perspective of both the companies. But the companies have never publicly disclosed it that Google pays Apple to be on the iPhone have circulated for years.
The search engine giant has an agreement with Apple that gives the iPhone maker a percentage of the revenue Google generates through the Apple device, an attorney for Oracle said at a Jan. 14 hearing in federal court.
Google Search bar Rumors about how much, Kristin Huguet, a spokeswoman for Apple, and Google spokesman Aaron Stein both declined to comment on the information disclosed in court.
“That percentage just stated, that should be sealed,” lawyer Robert Van Nest said, according to the transcript reviewed by Bloomberg. “We are talking hypotheticals here. That’s not a publicly known number.”
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