Apple may be willing to make its own search engine (without blackjack etc.), according to what emerges from a new report published by Jon Henshaw on Coywolf (details in Source). A first sign of these ambitions would seem to come from the new search system integrated within Spotlight on iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, which totally bypasses Google search to provide the user with direct access to websites every time he searches for a content.
In addition to this, it seems that the Cupertino house is hiring an increasing number of engineers specialized in this sector, so it is likely that something is moving in the Apple laboratories. According to the source, the house of the bitten apple has several reasons to develop its own search engine; the first concerns the precariousness of the agreement that binds it to Google.
In fact, remember that Mountain View pours considerable amounts into Apple's coffers to make Google the default search engine for iOS, iPadOS and macOS, however it seems that this agreement is close to expiration. In addition to this, several antitrust authorities have already begun to lay their eyes on this one cooperation, so Apple may have thought of playing ahead with an integrated solution developed in house.
Finally, creating a proprietary search engine could allow you to further strengthen the concept of privacy-conscious company, given that it would considerably reduce the tracking carried out by Google towards users who use its devices. In short, after yesterday's news on Maps, it seems that we are moving more and more towards an Apple even more closed in on itself, with many services – once offered by third parties – under the direct control of the Cupertino company.
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