After the release of Google Maps app, 30 percent apple users want to upgrade their operate system. So it is necessary to upgrade for iOS 6.
Since last week, more and more people have accepted Apple iOS 6 because of Google Maps app launched. This growth in iOS 6 upgrades may not be as random as it sounds.
Google launched its Google Maps app for iOS last week and announced yesterday that in its first two days on the App Store, the software was downloaded more than 10 million times. Google's app brings back some of the functionality no longer found in Apple's built-in maps software, including Street View technology and public transit directions.
When Apple appeared its new mapping service with the release of iOS 6 in September, it booted Google Maps in the process. With the switch over, many users complained of inaccurate data, lack of details, distorted images, and erroneous directions. In the midst of the debacle, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he was "extremely sorry" for the frustration felt by customers and vowed to improve the program.
Apple today released a minor update to iOS 6 that promises to fix a Wi-Fi issue affecting its newest devices. This update comes just a day after Apple gave developers a fourth beta of iOS 6.1. As knows, it is expected by the end of the year, or shortly thereafter. And it is expected to bring a host of new features that includes a back-end change in Apple's mapping software.