March 1, 2024

As Google battles an antitrust lawsuit from the U.S. Department of Justice, secrets about its search deals with Apple have been leaking out. We previously learned that Google is paying Apple billions of dollars to be the primary search engine on Apple devices, and now, Bloomberg has shared the total percentage of Google’s revenue that Apple earns.

Google pays Apple 36 percent of the total revenue that it earns from searches conducted on the Safari browser on the iPhoneiPad, and Mac, with the number shared by an economics expert testifying on Apple’s behalf. According to Bloomberg, Google’s main lawyer “visibly cringed” when the revenue data was shared, as it was meant to remain confidential.

For more details, read the full story at MacRumors. 

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