Originally Posted by super8sean
I dont know what all the fuss is about. Apple maps works flawlessly for me.
Never had a problem with it.
I think the people having problems with it are folks outside...
Originally Posted by OllieWallieWhiskers
it's a 90/10 problem. it's just fine for 90% of the customers, but the 10% are much louder.
That might be true in the US, but in the rest of the world Apple's maps...
Originally Posted by Stourque
Maps is okay, but what's with the clouds? I can't see my house because of a big cloud overhead.
And I wish they didn't remove the YouTube app.
Fortunately Google have...
I've just done an amusing side by side of Google Maps on my ancient now unsupported iPad 1, and my iPad 3 running Apple maps. I live in the UK, in a town, not a city.
I searched for 'pizza'. Google returned around 7-8...
The CPU is the most interesting aspect of this to me, actually, the only interesting aspect. If it really is a Cortex A15, that would represent a huge leap in power over the old A9, but Apple were only claiming a 2x improvement....
No surprise from the venom filled headline that this is another piece of fanboy nonsense from DED.
So Apple now owns the copyright on not only rounded rectangles, but angular silver things too? This really is getting pathetic DED.
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
EVen MS claimed the Zune was the best selling PMP when it first came out. Maybe you should review your data and see why only the month before the new iPhone is expected to launch...