After a rocky start in 2012, and 2.5 million corrections later, Apple is finally starting to feel that its Maps service is as good as Google Maps - a good thing, given that it comes preloaded on iOS.
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A minivan, reportedly leased to Apple, has been making the rounds in a small town in California spurring speculation that the company might be looking into developing self-driving cars.
iOS in the Car is an iPhone feature which will allow drivers to use a tweaked version of iOS 7 on their car's dashboard display. For the first time, the interface has been shown unofficially in video.
Apple has confirmed that it has acquired WiFiSLAM, a startup company that has created technology for indoor mobile location services. Apple reportedly paid $20 million for the startup.
Apple have been quietly updating their Maps application in order to compete with Google. Apple updated satellite imagery in various places, as well as adding 'Flyover' to new cities around the world.
Google have updated their Maps for iPhone app, which now includes integration with Google contacts and better local search, pulling it further ahead of Apple's own client.
The manager of the Maps division at Apple has reportedly been let go by the company as Apple continues to deal with the fallout of the error-filled launch of the iOS 6 Maps app.
We all know that Steve Jobs had a vendetta against Google, but a new report shows that it went even deeper than we knew: Jobs seriously considered dumping Google as Apple's default search engine.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has released a letter to consumers apologizing for the quality of Apple's new Maps service. In the letter, Cook even suggests competitors' alternative mapping services.
Apple is partnering with Yandex to use the Russian search giant's APIs in its new in-house Maps app, and is said to be discussing making Yandex the default search provider for Russian iOS devices.