Google gives Apple billions of dollars a year to make Google the default search engine on Safari, but have you heard the latest? Online advertisers hate Apple. They hate privacy. They hate Safari.
Can you still be tracked when using Safari?
Tracking is tracking. Regardless of what you do, where you browse, which apps you use, someone somewhere is tracking you, but Apple has worked to maintain its position on privacy– kinda, sorta, mostly; it walks a tightrope in its relationship with Google– by improving features that provide more privacy.