We all have been quiet conversant with the fact as to how every new technology or application which enters the market cannot help itself being compared with Apple device technologies, be it a Mac or something pertaining with iPhone. However, the attention which all of the Apple devices draw, now seems to have attained a distinct landmark. Funny as it sounds, but how would an anti-Apple tech gurus handle the scenario when they find that other applications have openly declared to follow Apple’s footsteps.
Most recently, one such incidence, or rather declaration could come as a surprise to ardent Apple fans, and as a shock to the anti-Apple community. I am certainly referring to what Jeff Huber, SVP, Commerce & Local at Google, had posted on Google Plus. Apart from clarifying the developments garnered by the Street View Team, Jeff Huber has clarified as to how Google maps could be enhanced for an better engaging experience for its users. He has declared that Google would be looking forward to stage its Google Mapping experience on an iOS platform.
Jeff Huber clarified that Google can utilize the capabilities of its geo, alongside with that of Mobile’s iOS , in order to bring Google Mapping in front of a much larger iOS audience of the world. Whether it can be called as a coincidence, or a well planned strategy from Google, the decision that 3D maps were coming to iOS in the weeks to come, certainly followed Apple’s unveiling of their own Mapping solution at the WWDC 2012. At the pace at which most of the applications are either compared with those of Apple apps, or at which the trend to follow Apple’s technology roadmap has started, it would not be too long when we see Apple keeping more and more of its technologies in undisclosed territories. All this, is sure to get the Apple rumor mill bandwagon continue with much more zest than before.
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