Apple announced during its developer's conference today an "iOS in the car" program that will essentially integrate select iOS apps into the vehicle dashboards of participating automakers. Apple's Eddy Cue explained that cars running the program will be available starting next year, and automakers supporting the effort include Honda, Kia, Chevy, Nissan, Volvo and a number of others.
Apple fired Richard Williamson, who oversaw the company's Maps team, according to media reports.
Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Tim Cook promoted the company's iTunes and iCloud chief, Eddy Cue, to the role of senior vice president of Internet software and services. Cue Cue, a 22-year-old