Apple has met its November deadline and enabled turn-by-turn directions in Apple Maps for customers in Australia.
Apple ditched Google Maps for its own inferior app over voice-guided turn-by-turn driving directions, according to reports.
In the first part of our Apple Maps app testing, we decided to do a field test on the streets of San Francisco to see how the Apple app performed against Google Maps on Android.
Australians will be getting turn-by-turn navigation on their iPhones after all, with an update from Apple expected shortly after the release of iOS 6.
One of the watershed features in Apple's new iOS 6 software is built-in maps, though it seems that Australia will miss out on turn-by-turn directions when the firmware is released.
A new version 6.11.1 update for the Google Maps Navigation app fills the navigation void for pedal-powered users.
Having dropped Google's Maps like a hot potato, Apple's brought its own take on turn-by-turn navigation to iOS 6. Here's what to expect.
The Nokia Maps mobile site now offers voice-guided turn-by-turn walking navigation to any device with a mobile browser, including the iPhone.
The newly updated MapQuest 4 Mobile can now speak to you while you travel, effectively providing free GPS-powered navigation.
Nokia's new Ovi Maps offers free turn-by-turn navigation on all its mobile phones from today, so you need never be lost again