Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 8th Mar 2012 17:25 UTC
Apple "Yesterday Apple launched iPhoto, its photo management app, for the iPad and iPhone... And we're rather pleased to find they're the latest to switch to OpenStreetMap. [...] The OSM data that Apple is using is rather old (start of April 2010) so don't expect to see your latest and greatest updates on there. It's also missing the necessary credit to OpenStreetMap's contributors; we look forward to working with Apple to get that on there." Pretty ironic coming from a company suing the living daylights out of everyone over rounded corners and bouncy-scroll effects, but alas, I'm sure there's some construed justification coming up from the usual suspects.
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Sad but true...
by Gestahlt on Thu 8th Mar 2012 20:24 UTC
Gestahlt
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2011-10-17

This is pretty spineless and only shows how that company is lacking integrity.

It´s not like that Apple couldn´t afford to say "Thanks".

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