TomTom has confirmed it has partnered with Apple to license its maps, as noted in a short (really short) press release:
TomTom (AEX:TOM2) has signed a global agreement with Apple® for maps and related information. No further details of the agreement will be provided.
With the introduction of the new Maps app in iOS 6, Apple has removed Google Maps. According to sources, we’ve been told the new Maps app clearly mentions TomTom as its source for map data (and even Statistics Canada in the ‘Others’ section).
Apple debuted the Maps app has over 100 million business listings, turn-by-turn directions and a 3D flyover view. Laters, Google Maps (I do miss you though, Street View).
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