What part of me setting up 2 scenarios for comparison do you not understand? Since when did "you can make the following 2 assumptions" equate "you can ONLY make the following 2 assumptions". I have already stated that this was never implied, it was never explicitly made, yet you still keep asserting it. Why?
You took a complex issue and reduced it to two options. You specifically stated that someone had to choose from those two options and then used Occam's razor to select one of the options. Logically, that's invalid when there are three or more options actually available.
Yes, you COULD HAVE presented a third or fourth option (in which case it would not have been a false dichotomy argument), but you didn't. So don't pretend that the fact that you had other options makes this any less of a false dichotomy.
Only if you've redefined troll as someone who consistently and regularly points out all the flaws in your logic.
That's very exact. However, the fact that Google spent billions prooofing their data with cars (while advertising the service as a beta) while Apple has pushed Apple Maps as a selling point for their devices and relies on the paying users to correct them still in an Apple failure.
The fact that ordinary users don't have a clue about the inaccuracy of GPS and the basic security measures involved in surviving zombies invasions the wilderness also can be pointed to advertisement. Apple did not quite advertise their system as "sorry, could be completely inaccurate", and even if they might have left some small-type lettering under videos, they also share a responsibility there.
I don't mean I have a solution, I just say that Appple hasn't quite done their best, and they know it.
So any device that's imperfect is a failure. Got it.
Besides, you're completely ignoring the fact that there are two listings for 'Mildura' - the province and the city. When you simply enter 'Mildura', it sends you to the center of the province. When you enter a street address, it takes you to the correct street address. If you enter 'Mildura city', it takes you to locations inside the city.
Not clear why it's Apple's fault that Australia named both the city and the province the same. How is Maps supposed to know which one you want?