Engadget broke the news that the satellite navigation firm has entered a global agreement with the iPhone maker following the unveiling of its new mobile operating system at the Worldwide Developer's Conference.
The move represents a shift in focus for TomTom, who have confirmed that they will concentrate on software and services going forward.
"We're focussing more and more on content, software and services. TomTom has started to make in-roads into the automotive market, and now with the announcement this week, the mobile market as well," senior vice president Taco Titulaer told TechRadar.
Apple's new service features 3D city maps and Siri-enabled turn-by-turn navigation, spelling an end to Google Maps as a pre-loaded application for iOS devices.
> Apple's bold move to ditch Google Maps in iOS
The move will be a considerable blow to Google, whose mapping service gets around half of its traffic from Apple platforms. The bitter rivalry between the two firms was already on course to intensify following the completion of the search engine giant's acquisition of Motorola Mobility.
iOS 6 is scheduled to launch in the autumn.