Analysts: Google pays billions to Apple every year

Google pays billions of dollars for its search engine to take the default seat on iPhone and iPad. This is what analysts say from Bernstein. According to them, this year Google will pay about $ 3 billion to Apple for this privilege. This is an increase of about 1 billion, compared to the payment three years ago.

But if Google feels confident enough that their services are so popular that Apple will want to offer them to their customers, they may stop paying. But, in the foreseeable future, this is unlikely to happen, as iOS devices generate about 50% of Google's mobile search revenue.

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