From the article: Apple is not only disconnecting its native iOS 6 Maps app from Google's servers, but will also redirect all third party app requests to its own mapping servers, immediately taking the majority of mobile maps traffic away from Google as it forges new strategic partnerships for mapping. Apple's new mapping software in iOS 6 marks an attempt by the iPhone maker to further marginalize its rival, Google. By taking away a significant source of traffic, Apple hopes it can help push Google quite literally off the map. Source: Link ... I wonder how much this move will affect Google and wether they will have, and if Apple will release, a separate Google Maps App in the store. What do you think? This spells trouble for Google? Is Apple setting itself up for a fall?