Apple is planning something big to end the global search engine monopoly

Apple, one of the biggest technology companies in the world, is planning something exciting and unexpected for the users. The company is known for building a strong ecosystem of products and services that integrate very well with each other. The Cupertino tech giant is now planning to launch a new search engine.

Tech blogger Robert Scoble has predicted a list of things the world will see at the upcoming WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) event which kicks off on June 6, 2022.

One of the things Scoble mentioned was an Apple-owned search engine. There is already an Apple Internet browser called Safari, which is now used by over a billion users worldwide. Very soon, we might also see Apple’s own search engine, which might be Safari’s default search engine.

Apple could end Google’s monopoly

Although there are many other search engines, no search engine enjoys the kind of attention that Google gives. It’s almost a monopoly of Google on the search engine business. Apple could give Google a potential threat with its own search engine.

Speaking to TechRadar, Scoble said information around the search engine is based on its sources and partly on inference. Thus, there is not very hard evidence that Apple is planning to enter the search engine business as well.

The upcoming WWDC 2022 event is going to be very exciting. We’ll see next-generation operating systems across Apple product lines, including Macs, iPads, and iPhones. Additionally, we might see announcements regarding the new M2 chipset and the products it will power in the near future.

Apple’s WWDC event will reveal whether or not there’s a new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro (both 13.3-inch) in the company’s plans.