Earlier today, reports indicated that Google Maps Navigation (an Internet-connected GPS nav system) would become available on the iPhone, and while some people viewed this a nice peace offering, others thought Google was damaging its mobile business. Only it turns out even more cynicism was appropriate, as no such move is guaranteed to occur.
Yes, sorry iPhone owners, but Google hasn't decided to forfeit one of Android's advantages. The company's instead asserting that a corporate representative was misquoted, and although it might allow Apple devices to use Google Maps Navigation at some point, no promises were made.
"We did not say we would bring it to iPhone, we said to date we've had it on Android and that in the future it may come to other platforms but did not confirm this will be coming to iPhone at all," a spokesperson told Daniel Ionescu.
So it looks like the introduction of Google Maps Navigation in the UK and Ireland that occurred on Wednesday will be about the only big news on this front this week.
We'll definitely keep an ear out with regards to what those "other platforms" are, though, since that issue still hasn't been clarified.