“TomTom, the Dutch navigation equipment and digital map maker, is more than willing to help Apple Inc. fix the problems it is experiencing in its map feature on the latest iPhone, a TomTom spokesperson said on Friday,” Reuters reports.
“‘We stand by the quality of our maps,’ Caroline Fisher, vice-president of TomTom’s consumer business unit, said,” Reuters reports. “Fisher added that TomTom does not have an in-house team at Apple but that it is more than willing to help Apple to solve the current mapping problems.
Reuters reports, “Fisher declined to comment on whether Apple had asked the Dutch map maker for help.”
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