Help for your mapping needs is on the way, iPhone users. San Francisco-based software developer Ben Guild has posted some details about Google Maps for iOS 6 on his blog, along with some low-quality images that he says are the application’s alpha build. Among other things, Guild says the app will be “ vector-based,” will feature “two-finger rotation for any angle” and will be formatted for the iPhone 5’s four-inch display. Needless to say, this is music to the ears of iPhone 5 users who love their new device but who miss having the guidance of Google’s high-quality Maps application. Read the full story of Boy Genius Report.
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