Google pays Apple billions of dollars to be the default search engine on the Safari browser.
Apple’s former top lawyer discussed the negotiations between the two companies in a recent interview.
According to him, the negotiations took four months meeting every single day, and involved Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google’s top leadership.
Google pays Apple billions of dollars to be the default search engine in the Safari browser on iPhones and Mac computers.
A deal like that doesn’t come together overnight, and a new interview with Apple’s former general counsel Bruce Sewell reveals just how involved the most senior levels of both companies were hammering out the details.