The Californian company Apple puts the finishing touches on his own mapping technology intended to replace the mapping of Google currently existing in its IOS operating system for iPhone, iPhone and iPod , as published today All Things Digital.
This blog associated with The Wall Street Journal announced that Apple will unveil its mapping system when presenting the next update of IOS, which occur predictably at its annual conference for software developers that WWDC will be held between 11 and 15 June in San Francisco.
The idea of having their own mapping application dates back several years ago.
Between 2009 and 2011, Apple acquired three companies of maps, Placebase, Poly9 and C3 Technologies, but so far not been confirmed that the creators of Mac computers have a solution that can compete with that offered by Google.
It is speculated that the mapping tool will be Apple’s photorealistic three-dimensional.
Sources close to the project were convinced that the final product will be revolutionary.
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