Days before the WWDC event, a new claim was made about Apple. Allegedly, Apple is developing its own search engine.
A few days before the Apple WWDC event, many people were expecting some important changes. According to recent reports, Apple is developing a search engine that could replace Google. In addition to this sharing made by an American blogger, he made various shares about what will happen at the conference. Here are the details!
Search engine will be Siri-focused
Rumors that Apple is building its own search engine have been going on for years. Technology writer Robert Scoble recently shared the developments he thinks will be introduced at WWDC in a series of Tweets. Scoble said there are important studies, especially on augmented reality.
Oh, and a new search engine is coming too. Will Siri finally get "smart?" Hmmm.
— Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer) May 28, 2022
In addition to all this, Scoble also included a search engine developed by Apple. Rumors that Apple is building its own search engine have been going on for years. However, it is also claimed that the company made a search-engine-like attempt in 2014.
A search engine spider called AppleBot, which appeared in 2014, is mentioned. In 2015, AppleBot is seen more frequently. In addition, former Google employee John Giannandrea is said to have moved to Apple in 2018.
According to Scoble’s share, Siri is likely to become smarter. This indicates that it will be a Siri-focused search engine. At the same time, the technology writer says that he has heard about developments on the subject from many places. Apart from these, there is no more information about the search engine.
For many people, when it comes to search engines, Google comes to mind first. Because of this, Apple needs to make a big effort if it develops its own search engine. However, for now, there is no clear information on the subject.
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