Apple’s Feud With Google Is Now Felt on the iPhone – NYTimes.com

Apple’s Feud With Google Is Now Felt on the iPhone – NYTimes.com.

Being kicked off the iPhone has potentially significant consequences for Google, whose Maps service earns more than half its traffic from mobile devices, and almost half of that mobile traffic has been from iPhone users. Apple’s move strikes at the heart of Google’s core business, search, because about 40 percent of mobile searches are for local places or things.

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