While the Cupertino-based tech giant notes that information stored doesn't include any user-identifying information, Apple made the disclosure in the latest version of its iOS Security Guide, which was updated last month, but went unnoticed until it was reported by CNBC's Jordan Novet.
Apple has relied on data storage systems from Amazon Web Services and previously Microsoft's Azure, but this latest update doesn't indicate whether Apple is using any Google cloud services other than core storage of "objects" like photos and videos.
Interestingly, aside from just Apple, other Google public cloud customers include Kroger, PayPal, Snap and Spotify.
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