Originally Posted by svt_gEEk
I see some users leaving Apple over this. Everyone is familiar with Google Maps now and Google is adding a ton of new features like the indoor mapping schemes of airports and malls. With Android also offering free navigation powered by Google Maps and Apple still left in the dust in that category, and now switching mapping companies all-together, it could hurt them. However, saw this coming when they announced that acquisition a while back. Just a matter of time.
As long as I can still access google maps on my iPad from the browser then I'll be happy. And I don't have any intention of switching to a new map system that is untried. Let's just hope its better than something like MapQuest.