Apple Already Released Its Own iSearch Engine

Over at Forbes, Tim Worstall asks when Apple will release its own search engine. It already did. The introduction of Siri, the company's voice assistant engine, will become Apple's search engine as more iPhone users tap into it on mobile. Search is no longer limited to typing keywords into a search box and pressing enter. Although not confimed, Siri will likely become more prevalent on the desktop and other Apple products aimed at supporting content for television and music. While that's my take on Apple's search engine, Worstall gives us his argument with supporting facts.

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