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    Apple knows how not to mess with a good thing.    The User Experience is already the best in the industry.    http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/152810/apple-seeks-another-707-million-in-damages-from-samsung/40#post_2196338
    They're a Google shell company, useful for patents but not much else. 
I don't think Motorola is really in a position to be "slamming" anyone at this point.    http://appleinsider.com/articles/12/09/24/apple_announces_iphone_5_sales_top_5m_on_first_weekend   http://appleinsider.com/articles/12/09/24/apple_on_pace_to_sell_200_million_iphones_in_2013   Futher:   http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/152810/apple-seeks-another-707-million-in-damages-from-samsung/40#post_2196338
    Terminate those responsible, set an example, and fill those positions. With iPhone demand being as high as it is, there's no room for this sort of nonsense. 
It's what happens when you take end-to-end integration seriously.
    It doesn't really matter. Consumers don't invest in an ecosystem based on the Map application. You don't buy into a phone (and thus a platform), for maps. It might be a core feature, but in the grand scheme of a mobile ecosystem, it's just one piece of a very large puzzle.    Even with iOS Maps as it is *right now* (because it will improve), iPhone + iOS simply has no peer. 
After a few days to catch my breath about Google Maps, I'm pretty much over it.   Long-term, Apple had to take this under their roof at one time or another. I can see that a little more clearly now. It had to happen, and if it'll happen with a few bumps, then the strength and breadth of the rest of the iOS ecosystem will act as a cushion.    Maps is now Apple's baby. Theirs to develop, all under their control. I like that. At the end of the day, while Apple took...
I'm almost completely over the removal of Google Maps from iOS, to be honest. I used iOS Maps quite a bit today and it performed well. It did the job. There's so much to like in iOS, that I almost don't miss Google Maps at all.
  How? The world, yet again, is in the grip of Apple-mania. Consumers don't care about the ins and outs of patent litigation. It's all about the goods. And Apple's got em. 
  Unless the earth opens up and swallows Cupertino, this decade truly belongs to Apple. We've only seen the tip of the Apple iceberg for the past few years. 
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