iPhone 5s makes top three trending searches as Google looks back on 2013


Google’s review of searches made in 2013 showed that the iPhone 5s made the top three in trending searches, behind Nelson Madela and Paul Walker. In the U.S., the phone drops to number five, and is the only search not related to a tragedy or loss.

Here at 9to5Mac, the iPhone 5s was in second place behind iOS 7.

Google put together a 90-second video portraying the most popular searches in video clip form.

See 9to5Google for more, including where iPhone 6 actually made the top 10 tech trends …

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  1. joericono - 9 years ago

    Somehow I’m not shocked that the iPhone wasn’t featured in the 90 second spot. Great clip though.

  2. Adam (@AdamMarsh_) - 9 years ago

    iPhone has moved up to number 2 :D Nelson mandela has gone down to 6


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