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iPhone 6s, Apple Watch and iPad Pro has entered the top 10 searches, in Google [video]

In mid-December, Google has traditionally named the ranking of the most popular search queries in the past year. The company analyzes the requests as a whole and the people and events that interested the users.

iPhone 6s got in the world ranking of fastest-growing queries to Google. In the section Global Trending Consumer Electronics flagship smartphone Apple was in first place. 6s iPhone surpassed the Samsung Galaxy S6 and LG G4.

In ‘process’ Google ranking three Apple product. In the top ten most popular searches iPhone 6s (1), Apple Watch (3rd place) and iPad Pro (4th place). The list also included the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, HTC One M9, Nexus 6P and Surface Pro 4.

Top 10 searches in the section Hi-tech:

  • iPhone 6s
  • Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Apple Watch
  • iPad Pro
  • LG G4
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5
  • Samsung Galaxy J5
  • HTC One M9
  • Nexus 6P
  • Surface Pro 4
  • The most discussed topic in the world was the November terrorist attack in Paris: the number of requests exceeded $ 897 million after the earthquake in Nepal, users asked Google “How to help Nepal?” more than 85 million times. Another popular topic was the migration crisis in Europe. It includes 23 million requests.

    When the U.S. Supreme court decided to recognize same-sex marriages legal in all States, Google has registered a record number of queries related to same-sex marriage and the Supreme court of the United States at the same time, — a total of about 182 million, the Most discussed person was Bruce Jenner, stepfather of Kim Kardashian, announced his sex change. Now his name is Kaitlin Jenner, and the number of requests associated with this name exceeded $ 344 million.

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    Another trend 2015 has been a dress that divided the Internet into two halves: some users felt that it was white and gold, others blue-black. This theme gave rise to 73 million requests.

    Google has released the annual movie on main search queries:

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