Google may be developing a maps application for Apple devices running the latest iOS 6 operating system.
Allegedly leaked images on website benguild.com show blurry images of an alpha version – meaning it may be in the early stages of development.
Perhaps due to a souring relationship between the two rival technology companies, Apple stopped pre-installing Google's YouTube and Maps applications to its gadgets.
The manufacturer replaced the navigation tool with its own version, which was created in partnership with TomTom.
However, widespread media coverage indicated that many customers found numerous errors in the new application.
Despite this, a recent Research/ChangeWave survey found that 90 per cent of users have not experienced any issues with the tool.
However, it looks as though those that do prefer the Android-developer's version will be able to download it from the App Store soon.
Apparently, Google Maps for iOS 6 will support the larger, four-inch screen featured on Apple's latest handset – the iPhone 5.
Posted by Peter Robinson