Zac Altman, a user of Instagram, posted a photo on Friday depicting a new WWDC 2012 banner hung outside the Moscone Center in San Francisco - this banner confirms the existence of the previously rumored iOS 6 and also that Apple will in fact unveil "the future of iOS" this Monday at its annual WWDC keynote.
Yesterday Navigon AG announced the launch of Navigon MyRegion [App Store, $24.99], the company's new iPhone navigation app that allows users to purchase only the region they need instead of a more expensive, full US map. Access to the first region is available an introductory price of $24.99 (normally $29.99) until April 12th with no hidden charges or additional monthly fees. Additional regional maps can be accessed as an In App Purchase for an introductory $12.99 (normally $14.99) MobileNavigator with map access for all of North America (including Eastern, Central and Western U.S. as well as Canada) is available for $79.99.
Navigon MyRegion includes all the features and capabilities as MobileNavigator 1.4 plus Navigon MyRoutes, which will be added to MobileNavigator North America via an upcoming update to 1.5.0 due this spring. Navigon MyRoutes is feature that learns from the users driving style to provide customized and better route recommendations. The feature also offers up to two alternative routes clearly displayed on a map including ETA, distance and driving time.
Navigon AG announced that the company has launched a a Thanksgiving promotion for its iPhone navigation app, MobileNavigator [App Store, $69.99], as well as insights into holiday travel. During this time, the company is offering a special Thanksgiving promotion for its iPhone navigation app. For 10 days only, (November 20-30) MobileNavigator will be on sale for $69.99 instead of $89.99. In addition, NAVIGON’s Traffic Live feature is also on sale for $14.99 instead of $24.99.