Apple has been using Amazon web services and Microsoft Azure to store data, but recently, many reports had claimed that the iPhone maker is planning to stop availing the services of AWS.
And now, the worst fear of Amazon has come true as Apple moved some of its iCloud services onto Google Cloud. This news has been confirmed by reports from CNBC which got published on March 17, 2016.
Industry experts consider this as Google’s success against the Jeff Bezos’ firm. If reports are correct, then the smartphone giant has poured a whopping sum between $400 million and $600 million to avail the new cloud service.
Appointment of Industry expert Diane Green as the head of cloud in last November is fetching positive results for the search-engine giant.
This new development can be considered as the second win for Google in the past two weeks, as they succeeded in transforming Spotify as their new client.
At this juncture, readers should understand that Spotify has used Amazon Web Services before they moved many services to the Google cloud platform.
Google has offered Apple a better offer than Amazon and Microsoft, and this has made them avail the service from the search engine giant.
This new movie from the smartphone manufacturer is considered to be the first step in diversifying their services, which include various iCloud backups such as video downloads, photo storage and music streaming.