The iOS version of Nokia’s cloud-based mapping service has been released on Apple’s App Store. The service boasts a number of compelling features and undoubtedly aims to capitalize on the problems encountered by iPhone and iPad owners while using Cupertino’s own Maps app. Nokia Here provides access to all of the company’s mapping data, regardless of the platform you’re using. The web-based version has been available for use since the announcement on November 13th (compatible…"Nokia’s new service is an alternative to Apple Maps :: Nokia Here"
The release of a new iPhone means two things. The first is obviously the new phone; but that hardware is also accompanied by a new version of iOS. Apple’s mobile operating system has evolved from a relatively simple interface for using a few stock Apple apps (on 2007’s debut iPhone) to an advanced system that is creeping ever closer to OS X. The annual iOS refresh is now an event in itself. The last two…"A new version of iOS: Apple’s mobile operating system"