In an interview with Axios on HBO Cook was asked why Apple takes Google's cash instead of putting the search engine in front of and in the middle of the iPhone – in fact, as a vessel for it to sippon more data. "I think your search engine is the best," said the Cook case, before accepting that the Apple-Google partnership is not "perfect".
He then listed the security measures Apple has added Safari to "help" users better navigate in the search engine. "Look at what we've done with the controls we've built. We have private browsing." We have intelligent tracker prevention, "Cook said, adding:" What we have been trying to do is come up with ways to help our users It's not a perfect thing. I'd be the first person to say that, but there's a long way to help. "