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iPhoto for iOS apparently uses OpenStreetMap data, not in-house solution

Following yesterday’s launch of Apple’s iPhoto for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch application, several reports noted that the mapping integration into the software was not Google-based. With Apple working on an in-house iOS maps product for the last couple of years, speculation naturally rang out that iPhoto for iOS uses an in-house maps database. However, [...]
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