Apple is coming up with its own search engine


Apple is reducing its reliance on tech giant Google and bringing its own search engine. They are going to launch their own search engine in the iOS-14 version.


According to the technology website Senate, Apple has been working to create its own search engine for a long time. That's why Apple hired John Giannandrea, Google's head of search, more than two years ago. Apple Corps has recently stepped up its search engine process to sue Google over its lack of trust.


It is known that Apple spends 8 to 12 million US dollars every year to use Google's search engine. However, Apple has not yet made an official statement about its own search engine.


Apple Inc. is a well-known American multinational technology company. On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Owen formed Apple.


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