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Google will no longer be the default search engine

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Do you think the changes in iOS 7 are too few? (that question is sarcasm), because don’t worry that even though Steve Jobs or Scott Forstall are no longer at the helm of iOS, it seems that the company maintains one of the key essentials of iOS 6 and 5: to try to eliminate Google services at all costs .

iOS 6 started this transition quite drastically, leaving aside the well-known Google maps to create their own, although the move did not go as well as they would have liked. In the final stages of iOS 6’s release, we also discovered that Apple was no longer including YouTube as a standard application of the system.

Google will no longer be the default search engine
Google will no longer be the default search engine

Precisely in this incessant fight against Google, Apple will modify for the first time the default search engine of iOS , going from Google to Bing, the Microsoft search engine that, as we mentioned some time ago, has been trying to achieve this.

At the moment it is not known if there will be a choice on the part of the user, as at present, or Bing will be the only search engine offered by default in the system. We will have to wait for the first analyses of the beta to discover this.

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