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As you know that Google, Apple and At&T has submitted the letter of inquiry to the FCC against the rejection case of Google apps by Apple. FCC has openly published the contents of Google’s letter for the general public which they sent to FCC.


According to Google statement Apple has rejected the Google Voice and Google Latitude applications from the iTunes for iPhones because Apple worried that it might be possible that because of higher capabilities Google apps replace their personal apps.

You can read the full detailed Google’s letter which was submitted to FCC.

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