Rejected for any Google logo - mapkit - but no way to show it


My iPhone app just got rejected because I have screen that shows our location on a map, but Apple said it needed to show the Google logo on the map - I used mapkit for this (and CoreLocation)..nothing fancy and I did nothing to actively suppress the logo. But when the map shows up in the application, there is no Google logo. So, I'm confused. How do you show the Google logo? Here is the basic code I'm using to show the map:

    myMapView = [[MKMapView alloc] initWithFrame:self.view.bounds];
    myMapView.mapType = MKMapTypeStandard;

    CLLocationCoordinate2D coord = {latitude: 34.02008, longitude: -118.479707};
    MKCoordinateSpan span = {latitudeDelta: 0.01, longitudeDelta: 0.01};
    MKCoordinateRegion region = {coord, span};

MapController *annotation = [[MapController alloc]  initWithCoordinate:coord];
annotation.currentPoint = [NSNumber numberWithInt:1];
annotation.mTitle = @"InsightLA";
annotation.mSubTitle = @"1430 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica, CA.";

[myMapView addAnnotation:annotation];

[annotation release];
[myMapView setRegion:region];
[self.view addSubview:myMapView];
myMapView.delegate =self;

It may be that the frame of the map is large enough in height to push the Google logo off-screen, or another view is covering it.

Keep reducing the height of the map in small chunks until you see the Google logo at the bottom left. Then work from there.

Here's one example of a partially suppressed logo I found on the net. This looks to be happening possibly because of the status bar height.