Apple could launch its own search engine to compete with Google


We presently have two leading players in this market, Apple and Google: Another area where Google is king, the search engine, may now be open to competition for the Cupertino powerhouse. No other search engine can even come close to Google’s popularity, but Apple may make it a little more difficult for Google soon. According to rumours, Apple is expected to unveil a new user-centric web search engine. Apple, on the other hand, wants to wait until January 2023 before launching the search engine.

According to a tech blogger Robert Scoble, Apple is set to unveil a number of new products at WWDC 2023. According to him, if his predictions come true, Apple will build a search engine to compete directly with Google. This is not the first time that Apple has been linked to the development of a search engine rumour. A new search engine will be released. Will Siri ever become “smart”? “Hmmm,” he wondered in a string of tweets.

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As he explained to TechRadar, Scoble’s Twitter posts were informed by both direct talks with sources and inferences drawn from the data. On top of all of this, he told the publication, WWDC 2022 will be the most costly product launch ever. As far as the search engine is concerned, he indicated it will probably be unveiled in January.

The newest versions of iOS 16, iPad OS 16, watchOS 3, and macOS 13 are all anticipated to be released by Apple soon. The long-awaited Always-On Display (AoD) functionality is expected to be included in the upcoming software update. In September of 2022, Apple is slated to announce the iPhone 14 line-up, which includes an Always-on display, which is already available from brands like Samsung, OnePlus, and others.

The latest editions of the iPhone 14 Pro are rumoured to have a refresh rate of 120Hz and be able to modify the refresh rate between 1Hz and 120Hz, which should assist in conserving battery life. Because of the AoD feature, the refresh rate will automatically decrease to 1Hz.

Leaks from the insider Apple Pro has projected that the M2 MacBook Air and the M2 Mac mini will be unveiled at WWDC this year. They’re going to be driven by a second-generation microprocessor, known as the M2. A new Mac mini with an M2 processor and a Mac Pro are also rumoured to be in the works by Apple.

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