gigaom reports that TomTom, again, said that their mobile navigation app is ready to roll. They say:
“We have made our navigation system run on the iPhone; it looks good and works very well,” a TomTom spokesperson wrote us in a statement. “We will have to look more closely to Apple’s strategy before we can say more about what kind of opportunities this will bring us.”
Well, TomTom, don't look, just do it! ;-)
In other news, not only TomTom and Telenav, but also Garmin and Magellan are said to be interested in the iPhone. Garmin say they "don’t have any announcements regarding the iPhone at this time". Small wonder, considering the nüvifone.
But still, Turn-by-turn is said to arrive this year! Some issues about the SDK are also mentioned in this article, so go and have a look ;)
TeleNav seems to be working on an iPhone version of their software since the SDK was released and were able to create an application that works quite well on the iPhone.
I don't know how long it takes to develop an application as compex as TeleNavs navigator, but maybe the problem is just that the SDK was released to late for navigation software developers to come up with a solution in time (on Launch of the iPhone).
We're just a month away from the launch of iPhone 3G, so we should just relax a bit ;-)