In the world of technology markets, Apple and Google are the main powers. The latter has made its name the most used search engine because no other engine comes close to Google’s popularity.
But soon, things could change. Apple is rumored to launch a new user-centric web search engine and is waiting until January 2023 to launch its search engine.
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Apple is likely to release iOS 16, iPad OS 16, watchOS 16, and macOS 13 at WWDC. The highly anticipated Always on Display feature is expected to be included in the next software release. Currently, the companies available for display include Samsung, OnePlus, and many others, and Apple is likely to include them in the iPhone 14 lineup that will ship in September this year.
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Renowned tech blogger Robert Scoble expected Apple to show off a number of things during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023. According to the blogger, he believes this rumor is not new and the tech company has already been linked to several launches. The blogger tweeted a few days earlier, claiming that Apple would introduce the world to augmented reality next year.
Apple’s WWDC will be the first of three different events Apple is preparing for next year, introducing the world to augmented reality (a new form we haven’t seen yet).
—Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer) May 28, 2022
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The blogger in conversation with TechRadar that the information he posted on Twitter is based on a combination of discussions with his sources and inference. He also told the publication that at WWDC 2022 it would be the most expensive product launch ever. He further predicted that the search engine will be unveiled by January next year.
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