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Maps on iPhones generated 4x more revenue for Google than Android – until now

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Why did Apple ditch Google in favor of its own, apparently inferior, maps solution? Probably because it was tired of paying Google $500 million a year – or more than $2 billion since the launch of iPhone – for its maps.

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