Google renews partnership with Apple to provide services for the iPhone

On a smartphone market that Google and Apple are both the operating system domain aims, seems a bit odd that Apple's iPhone is still based on Google's search and mapping services. Well, despite the rivalry between Android and the SOI, both companies are really being loyal partners in certain business fields.

That's what became clear yesterday after Eric Schmidt, Google's former CEO and current CEO, announced that the search giant has decided to resume Internet services for the iPhone. Judging by the words of Mr. Schmidt, it was also clear that Google has no intention of breaking its partnership with Apple in the short term. That does not necessarily mean that Apple has abandoned the idea of ​​having their own mapping service in the future, but now it seems that there are more important on the agenda of the company.

Source: Reuters via AppleInsider


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