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Apple receives a third of Google’s Safari ad revenue.

According to an expert testifying for Google, the company gives the maker of the iPhone 36% of the advertising revenue it generates through Apple’s Safari web browser.

The central issue in the monopoly case is the connection between the two businesses.

The prosecution claims that their transactions have unlawfully limited competition.

According to Bloomberg, the lead attorney for Google “visibly cringed” when the precise portion of ad revenue that was given to Apple became public.

Google has insisted that its superior product is the reason for its dominance in online searches.

September marked the beginning of the high-stakes trial between Google and the US Department of Justice. To preserve trade secrets, a large number of the proceedings have been hidden from public view.

But some information has surfaced.

In total, Google invested more than


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