Disclosure documents show that Cook is satisfied with the search cooperation between Apple and Google and hopes to continue to deepen it
IT House reported on November 21 that according to a document disclosed by the foreign technology media The Verge, in a 2-hour meeting held in 2018, both Google and Apple hoped to deepen their cooperative relationship .
In addition to Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai, this meeting was attended by many executives from Apple and Google. It can be said that they are the top executives of the two companies. One of the level exchanges.
Google paid Apple billions of dollars to ensure it became Safari’s default search engine, and in a piece of evidence presented in court on Monday, the pair seemed very happy with the deal and wanted to deepen their partnership . .
The overall message Cook conveyed to Google is that the two parties can become in-depth partners, closely integrate the services of both parties, and promote subsequent related cooperation more smoothly.
Cook said in this meeting that although there are some differences between the two companies, this will not hinder the two companies from deepening cooperation. Cook also emphasized many times during the meeting that Apple can better share with Google. information.
In a separate note, Google CEO Pichai said the company wants to see iPhone numbers grow and will work with each other in good faith.
Note from IT House: At the end of the document, an unnamed speaker said: “Our vision is that we work like one company and jointly overcome obstacles to mutual information sharing.”