Apple Maps may soon be able to tell where you are on a map with more precise detail than standard GPS technology. Apple purchased GPS firm Coherent Navigation, which uses low-orbit communication satellites to track location within inches — rather than feet.
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Apple Maps may get boost from extra-precise GPS