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Google would pay Apple to be the default search engine on iOS in 2014



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Google would pay Apple to be the default search engine on iOS in 2014


A few weeks ago we told you about the legal battle between Google and Oracle for the improper use of part of your code Java to realize Android. Well, as revealed by the documents published by Bloomberga third company was called into question by Oracle in this matter, Appleregarding an agreement signed with BigG in 2014.

Oracleduring the legal debate, he came up with the name of Apple referring to a particular agreement of 2014 which provided for the presence of Google as the default search engine for all devices iOS.

According to the US company, this would have led to the Cupertino giant’s coffers 34% of the revenues obtained from the search engine, or approx 1 billion dollars.

Obviously Google requested the elimination of these data from the procedural documents as the actual figures of the agreement are not known and therefore the numbers reported to the attention are simply incorrect estimates. The request of the Mountain View company has been accepted, in fact no data has been officially transcribed.

Certainly the agreement between Google and Apple represented a great investment for both as, according to official data, in 2014, only in the mobile sector, the search engine of Google it recorded income for well 11.8 billion dollarsespecially thanks to the iPhone and iPad, responsible for the 75% accesses.

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