So there has been a LOT of talk about how Apple is getting rid of the visual google maps (and street view) and replacing it with their own maps... But I feel like the much bigger switch (in my eyes) isn't really being discussed too much. All the businesses/points of interest that google provides are being replaced by yelp. First, let me make sure I understand this correctly. Google businesses are completely being replaced by yelp, correct? And Apple maps is completely powered by all of yelp's data with no supplimental data from other sources? Those are my assumptions, so if I'm wrong, please let me know and then this thread may be moot. Now, I have never really used yelp, because I personally can't stand the app. In anticipation of the switch I decided to check out the database. I have always associated yelp more with restaurants, so I'm sure that category is very full. But when I tried looking up a few things like specific churches or gas stations yelp seemed to fall quite short... it couldn't even find the shell gas station next to my apartment. If my assumption above is correct, I think this will be a HUGE shortcoming and step back in the mapping space. Does anybody else have any experiences comparing yelps to google's database? Anybody have any hard numbers comparing them?