Way back in 2007, when the first iPhone was launched it relied on three Google services Maps, Youtube and Google Search. Its five years later, and you can now bid adieu to Google Maps, and Youtube for the iPhone. Although the Youtube app for the iPhone was developed by Apple and not Google, it seems that it is Google that decided to sever ties this time around. Google has made several advancements to its Youtube app over the years but the Apple developed app remained as is for most part of the time. Google will remain the default web search on iOS for the time being where Google already leads considering that it owns Android and is default on iOS. Microsoft may have inroads in this dispute, as Apple in future may use Bing as the default search engine and leave Google just as an option. Although its quite far-fetched, but it seems that the new iPhone will be Google free(almost).