“While Apple Maps is currently restricted to dedicated apps on iOS and OS X, that will change, as a new job listing from Apple reveals the company plans to make its mapping service available cross-platform on the Web,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
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MacDailyNews Take: Very interesting. Apple seems to be showing some confidence in their Maps abilities – and right so, the app is much improved; it exited what should have been labeled its “beta” period quite some time ago. Also, the more people using Maps, the more data and corrections, so Maps should become even more accurate as it’s opened up to the world.
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