· Why Doesn’t Apple Have a Search Engine?
· Does Google Pay Apple Not to Make a Search Engine?
With about 3.9 billion Smartphone users across the globe, Apple’s iPhone holds about 23% of these massive community of smartphone users – With approximately 1 billion iPhone users globally, it is no understatement to say that Apple owns a significant chunk of the internet. Even, there have been unverified rumors that Google Pays Apple over 16 billion Dollars annually just to stay off the Search Engine Business. Despite the availability of other Search Engines, Google seems to see no competition, and may actually be running a market monopoly.
But why not? iPhone Users pride in Apple’s uniqueness. From Hardware features to Software features of the iPhone, it’s distinction is gloriously pronounced.
So, let’s beat it – An Apple Search Engine is bad market for Google. Here is the reason for this:
The activities of Bing, Yandex and other Search Engines may be ignorable when compared to Google’s market dominance in the industry, but the introduction of an Apple Search Engine will cause the loss of over 1 billion users that will switch from Google to the factory Software of their iPhone. This is a huge loss, and will trigger a total rebirth of a new IOS based Search Engine industry.
Apple’s uniqueness may trigger the development of a competitive system of information management. SEO experts, Advertisers, Open-Source Intelligence Experts and all child industries associated with Google Search Engine will have an alternative in the IOS platform.
This is not a good addition to the unending Android vs IOS competition. So, this way, Google might have done their homework by drawing statistics on what a potential Apple Search Engine could cost them, and hence settled to rather pay off Apple, whilst maintaining Market Dominance of the Search Engine business.
So, what would an Apple Search Engine Mean for Netizens and Why Doesn’t Google Want It??
In conclusion, an Apple Search Engine will cut off a huge chunk from the users of the Google Search Engine, and this will come with cutting off advertiser’s dependence on Google, thereby reducing overall income from the primary source of Google’s earnings – Search Engine!!!.