Technology As Apple races to catch up to OpenAI and Copilot on the iPhone, it's apparently turning to Google over Microsoft


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History rewrites itself. Google and Apple are in the middle of a deal that could potentially leave Microsoft with the shorter end of the stick when it comes to the AI landscape on mobile.

What you need to know
  • Google is reportedly in the middle of a megadeal with Apple that see its AI-powered chatbot, Gemini, being used as the default AI assistant on the iPhone.
  • Despite Microsoft's early investment and adoption of AI, Google might end up dominating mobile market share across search and now as the default AI assistant on iOS and Android.
  • Microsoft Copilot can be set as the default assistant on Android, though its capabilities are fairly limited.

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