Apple and Google are fierce rivals -- and crucial partners. Google pays Apple $8B to $12B a year, its single biggest payment to anyone. That accounts for 14% to 21% of Apple’s profits. And now that deal is in jeopardy. Our story on their unlikely union
Google pays Apple $8-12 billion a year to be the default search engine on iOS
Negotiated in secret and rarely discussed, Google’s deal with Apple is one of the most lucrative alliances in history and now it’s the target of antitrust scrutiny from the US government. Story w
This is at the center of the Antitrust lawsuit against Google, and explain it so well Apple, Google and a Deal That Controls the Internet
"Apple’s leaders have made the same calculation about Google as much of the general public: The utility of its search engine is worth the cost of its invasive practices."
Apple, Google and a Deal That Controls the Internet
👆🏼This tweet appeared in today’s (Oct 25,2020) New York Times in an article about the relationship between Apple and Google thru the years.
“Apple now receives an estimated $8 billion to $12 billion in annual payments — up from $1 billion a year in 2014 — in exchange for building Google’s search engine into its products. ”