Apple introduced its own mapping service last week when it began providing the
highly anticipated update to its mobile software platform iOS6 and started
selling the iPhone 5.
But users have complained that Apple's new map service, based on data from
Dutch satnav maker TomTom, contains glaring geographical errors and lacks
features that made Google Maps so popular.
'We think it would have been better if they had kept ours. But what do I
know?' Mr Schmidt said in Tokyo.
Until last week, iOS owners accounted for almost half of mobile traffic to
Google Maps, but that figure is expected to tumble as they rapidly adopt
iOS6. Apple said on Monday that its new operating system had already been
installed on more than 100 million devices, more than a quarter of the
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