A recent court trial between Google and the US Justice Department revealed a closely guarded secret between the tech giants. It was disclosed that Google pays Apple a 36% share of the revenue it earns from search advertising made through Apple’s Safari browser. The revelation has sparked speculation about the potential financial impact on Apple if the government wins the antitrust trial, as well as the potential gains for Google’s rivals. Analysts estimate that Apple could earn $18 billion to $20 billion annually from this agreement. If the judge decides to revise how such contracts work or prohibit them altogether, it could have a significant negative impact on Apple’s stock price. The trial is ongoing, and the outcome is expected to have far-reaching implications for the tech industry.
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