It's no secret that the biggest failure of iOS 6 has been Apple's decision to replace Google Maps with its own app.
The app, which came with the new operating software, has a cool 3-D Flyover feature, but in general it's much worse than its Google predecessor.
The new app provides inaccurate maps that sometimes place businesses in the middle of rivers, poor-quality satellite images that are not helpful and less information than Google Maps. On top of that, the 3-D Flyover feature barely works and often provides horrible results (look at what it does to the Hoover dam).
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On top of all this, the new Maps app doesn't provide users with public transit information, so it's no surprise that people have begun calling for Google to step forward and offer an app they can download.
But so far, Google isn't saying whether it will release a new map app for iOS 6.
Why not? Well, there are various reports floating around the Web speculating on why that might be.
The Guardian says Google is enjoying the bad press that Apple is getting on the new app and is waiting to release its own version, according to the report, which cited an unnamed source.