California: iPhone and iPad makers announced on Monday that their next generation products will not have a pre-installed YouTube application. This development comes, post the scrutinizing of the on-going rivalry between Apple and Google.
Since the video website is headed by Google Inc. and companies’ fight for supremacy has heated up, therefore Apple decided to unload the Youtube app from there next version of operating system - iOS 6.
Apple said in a statement on Monday that its license to include the YouTube app in the iOS operating system has ended. Apple in its notification added that “customers can use YouTube in the Safari browser and Google is working on a new YouTube app to be on the app store.”
YouTube is the most popular video website on the internet and over four billion videos are watched worldwide, everyday. YouTube app came pre-loaded since the arrival of first iPhone, back in 2007.