The team at Apple designing the brand new Map app that will be replacing Google Maps in iOS 6 did not quite design the solution from the ground-up, they have partnered with TomTom in order to provide the practically worldwide mapping data as well as other "related information." This comes to light as TomTom has signed a global agreement with Apple, however the company will not elaborate further on specifics.
One of the most-pressing questions on my mind upon seeing 3D maps demonstrated in the iOS 6 beta was: Okay, this is great but exactly how far does this extend? Will this be a show-off, impractical feature for exploring select areas or has Apple perfected an algorithm that will allow
Black Friday (a.k.a., the beginning of the U.S. holiday shopping season, a.k.a. "El Stampede") is only a few hours away and assorted retailers have begun assembling a variety of iPhone and iPod-related accessory and app specials. So, without further ado, here's the list as far as we know: