Originally Posted by DeanSolecki
My first real use of the new maps app wasn't very impressive. I was looking for a Sports Authority and it found two locations, both of which were no longer in business, and it did...
I was regularly unable to find buildings such as my local DPS with Google Maps in Austin, TX. I had trouble finding USPS locations, perfectly typed street addresses, and more. Google Maps was far from perfect. What you have here is a...
Originally Posted by photoeditor
You know what else is a visual downgrade, using the iPhone 5 after a couple of months with a Galaxy S3. The text and graphics are just a little bit too small.
Why couldn't Apple...
Originally Posted by DaHarder
...and it matters to very few but those bent on some silly 'Team This vs Team That' nonsense.
Reasonable people just buy what they want and don't bother worrying about what others...
Originally Posted by Postulant
Smart move by Apple. First Siri, then Youtube and Maps... Google search is next. I understand the strategy and fully agree. My only complaint is that Apple didn't do it...
Originally Posted by Mechanic
Ha Ha or like the iPad just call it the new iPhone lol.
That's what would have happened if someone in marketing didn't decide to market to people who have trouble counting.