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Of course. Apple has advantages Google didn't have 8 years ago - Hindsight, a laundry list of experienced partners, and a half billion + mobile devices running iOS that are relaying location specific data back to Apple. Likewise, if Google was just entering the maps sphere today, it wouldn't require them 8 years to get it right either.
Can we revisit this question when Google maps for iOS isn't vapor ware?
My needs are met... I'm not worried.
Not even close.I hope you can sell it for more than you bought it for.
For this exact reason, Yahoo is my default search engine, and I use Siri whenever possible and as much as possible.
Into the other 7 million cables that work flawlessly?
Amen. And good riddance.
It's been rumored for at least 3 years that Apple has been working on a maps. I knew it. Everybody knew it. How, then, is It possible that Google was blindsided by this? I'm not buying it.
Just saw on CNN there's now an iPhone too thin-gate.
LTE battery draingate: http://www.macrumors.com/2012/09/26/iphone-battery-life-greatly-impacted-by-cellular-signal-strength/
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