Google would have paid so much to stay Apple#039;s default search engine

San Francisco: There is a report that Google has been told Google paid $ 9 billion to Apple in 2018 to maintain the default search engine of the iPhone Safari browser on iOS.

According to Rod Hall, an analyst at Goldman Sachs (via business insider), this figure will continue to increase, which could lead to payment of $ 12 billion in 2019, September 5 We reported on the Mac in the day.

Apple uses Google as the default search engine in iOS's Safari, but the company uses Bing in various places, such as searching the web via Siri.

Apple said services will be a major growth area of ​​the company as equipment sales are beginning to increase.

Apple Music has grown steadily since its establishment in 2015.

The free iCloud storage level remains only 5 GB, but more users can access more storage by paying monthly fee.

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