Google pays Apple $ 3 billion to be the default search engine on the iPhone.

According to a first news channel, CNBC, Google is paying $ 3 billion to Apple for the fiscal year 2017 to be the default search engine on iPhones and iPads. The amount that Google pays Apple increases gradually with each pass in 2014 Google has paid $ 1 billion to Apple for the same purpose.

50 percent of mobile revenue comes from Google searches for iOS devices, which in itself is a huge figure. Similarly, Google represents 5% of Apple’s total operating income this year. Simply put, it is a win-win for Apple, earning lots of Google, while increasing its overall profit too.

Services revenue increased from $ 2.4B Apple have with Google as its largest contributor services growth. In addition, revenues from Google’s giant mobile search technology also increased from $ 16B to $ 50B in the calendar year 14 to 17.

Additionally, Google has also redesigned the new power supply for mobile search applications for Android and iOS users around the world. The update will give user suggestions on stories that should read based on your search history. In addition, the company also plans to kill URLs in mobile search to try to make its interface clean and user-friendly for users.

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