Within just two years from its launch, Apple maps has succeeded in surpassing Google Maps in mapping traffic on 4G, claims a new report.EE, one of the UK’s leading mobile network operators on Monday released the latest 4GEE Mobile Living Index which details how its 4G LTE network is being used. The EE 4G usage index revealed that Apple Maps is quickly outpacing Google Maps on mobile.
The mobile operator in the “mobile mapping” section of the announcement wrote that the new Apple Maps currently represents 70 percent of mapping traffic on the 4G network, as compared to 60 percent reported in the second half of 2013, taking from Google maps’ market share, which is down 7ppts. As regard to mapping traffic on 3G, Apple Maps is up 19ppts and Google Maps is down 15ppts.
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