Google Thinks Apple Might Reject The Google Maps App For iOS


  • wesleyvercammen

    Never would have happened under Steve jobs!

  • flitzy

    Oh, please. Google is just trying to cry for attention here. They’ve already come out and said they’re fine with other apps. Quit it with the pity party, Google.

  • alirezadehghani

    Never would have happened under Steve jobs!

    How can you possibly know that? MobileMe happened under Steve’s time, and I think they had no choice but to release the app and get the user feedback. Another year would have done nothing for them. Both Maps and Siri rely heavily on user data. Just give it more time.

  • TheKnightWhoSaysNi

    “We think this a complete farce”

    Why? Apple has pulled this kind of crap before.

  • extra_medium

    Once they put 10+ years of development into it, it should be just as good! But by then Google will have had 20 years developing theirs.

  • markbyrn

    The real angst with Google is that Apple isn’t paying them map API fees anymore and putting out an iOS map won’t change that fact. Of course Apple will approve the app and as such, Google would rather delay and throw fits in hopes that people will switch to Android.

  • chuckmcginley

    Let me make sure I understand this….

    An unnamed source, has commented, that they speculate, that a fictional vaporware product, that does not yet exist, will PROBABLY be rejected from Apple before it has been submitted. But they are not sure.

    F&^%$ing news sites are just making things up now. The signal is no longer detectable in the noise.