Apple CEO on Why Google Is the Default iPhone Search Engine: Because It Is the Best

Apple, in general, and CEO Tim Cook, in particular, turned into one of the biggest privacy advocates these days, publicly criticizing others for the way they handle user data and highlighting its own means of protecting customers.

Cook has recently talked with Axios for an HBO interview and unsurprisingly, the CEO also discussed the problem of user privacy “as a fundamental human right,” as he described it on several occasions.

But while Tim Cook blasted other companies, including Facebook, for making money out of data collected from their users, the CEO failed to actually give a good reason why Google continues to be the default search engine on iPhone.

Google is reportedly paying billions to be the default search engine on iPhone, and despite privacy concerns, Apple seems to have no intention to give up on the deal anytime soon.

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