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Things seem to be shaking up in the foundation of the Apple again as Bloomberg reports yet another termination. This time around it appears Apple’s Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services, Richard Williamson. Williamson is the executive head of Apple’s infamous Maps that was recently debuted to the public with the iOS 6 release. Much to the dismay of many Apple lovers worldwide with the new integration of the lackluster maps, it does not come as a grand surprise to see the departure of the head of Internet Software and Services.



It’s also been noticed that Apple has not found a direct replacement for Williamson but are reported to be looking for maps experts outside of the Apple campground. May we finally be able to properly find our next hangout spot?



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OMG.
Is Apple Still what it used to be ?

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No surprise here. Someone had to take the blame.

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dont know if everyone already saw this, but for those that didnt...



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@Mr. D I didn't need Facetime over cellular to see tits anywhere though, that's what the iPhone 3G introduced.





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