Apple sees no ‘valid alternative’ to Google as iPhone’s default search option

Google has long been the default search engine on the iPhone and it’s a deal that involves Google paying Apple a lot of money. It’s also a deal that continues to come under scrutiny, and this time Apple VP Eddy Cue found himself in court to defend it.

Cue was in court as a witness in the US v. Google antitrust trial over the company’s search business. And he was there so that the court could try and decide whether Google earned its spot as the default, or if it’s just a mere business decision.

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