Apple and Google are the dominant forces in the world of technology.No other search engine comes close to Google’s popularity, hence the latter established itself as the most popular.
However, things may soon change.According to rumours, Apple is planning to debut a new user-centric web search engine in January 2023.
At WWDC, Apple is expected to unveil iOS 16, iPad OS 16, watchOS 16, and macOS 13.The much-anticipated Always on Display feature should be incorporated in the next firmware release.Samsung, OnePlus, and a slew of other firms are currently available for display, and Apple is expected to incorporate them in the iPhone 14 lineup, which is set to launch in September.
Robert Scoble, a well-known tech blogger, predicted that Apple would unveil a number of new products at the 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).According to the blogger, this rumour isn’t new, and the tech firm has previously been associated to other launches.The writer had tweeted a few days prior that Apple would deliver augmented reality to the public next year.
In an interview, the blogger stated that the material he has released on Twitter is based on a combination of conversations with his sources and deduction.He also told the publication that the 2022 World Wide Developers Conference will be the most expensive product launch ever.He also anticipated that the search engine will be released in January of the following year.