iOS 6: Apple’s Strategic Move to Rule the Market

Akash Shakya By Akash Shakya September 7th 2012

Hello iPhone 5 fans, as of ABC Action News, the news has been confirmed from the Apple side that you will be using an iPhone without the Google’s YouTube app as its default application. Apple has decided to remove its default YouTube feature from its iOS 6 version. It means Apple’s all the upcoming gadgets such as iPhone, iPad and iPod touch will exclude the YouTube app. But of course, alternate app of the YouTube will be provided.

Apple is in the line of Google free ecosystem.

As the Apple has claimed that “iOS 6…will take your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch in entirely new directions”, with its improved version iOS 6, Apple is in the line of denying other’s presence within their territory as well.

Though the release date of iPhone5 is secret, what is not secret is its exclusion of Google products.

Google Map and YouTube Free Apple Devices

First the news of Apple’s own map app, and now YouTube. Is it the case of distancing alone, as many speculated due to Google’s launch of Nexus7? I guess not. It is the Apple’s strategic move to capture the potential market independently. The map is not map alone; it comes with a great underlying market value right from the brand promotion to the vast advertisements. It will help to penetrate the all levels of business as well. And, YouTube is just another gesture of confirming its territory.

Google’s Search Engine Free Apple Devices

Rumor is even that Apple may replace Google as its default search engine. How it turns back to them, time will show. Because, no one can deny the fact that for the majority of the internet users, Google is not just a search engine, but it is the one and only search engine. It is more like a religious type of loyalty than a matter of choice.

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Akash Shakya By Akash Shakya

Coming from distributed computing background, Akash manages the Sydney operations. He is highly technical yet very business focused and is always driven to create successful business products for our clients.

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