It may be disappointing for you but Apple Inc has decided not to include YouTube on new versions of iPhone and iPad/ on iOS 6 devices. YouTube has been among apps that come pre-loaded onto the Apple's mobile devices since the original iPhone was introduced in 2007.
Perhaps, growing rivalry between the Apple Inc & Google Inc, forced Apple to refrain from YouTube - a Google's product, one of the most used apps on any smartphone. Indeed, it is not all of sudden step, earlier this year, Apple gave statement against Google. Almost a year before, Apple said it would dump Google's mapping software from its mobile devices. And this time, it has just dumped YouTube silently. Since, Google's Android is growing fast in the smartphone domain, Apple, which once was on the top is getting jealous of Google's accelerated pace.
However, Apple responded "license to include the YouTube app in the iOS operating system has ended”. Also, Apple indicated that "customers can use YouTube in the Safari browser and Google is working on a new YouTube app to be on the app store."However, Apple has not given any official comment on its plan to replace YouTube with another pre-installed online video app from a different company.
Let’s wait and watch, if Apple is going to tie up with any other company for video website to make them handy for users or they have to browse the same YouTube through Safari browser.
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