Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Apple: Maps acting as a speed hump

When the release of your new operating system brings in a whole heap of articles suggesting a "workaround" you have a problem.

In its ongoing battle with Google, Apple have tossed Google Maps and replaced it with their Apple maps.

Apple maps might be good, one day, but for now I don't like the idea of being directed to the middle of the wrong place. Google have had years to iron that out.

So the press has now been printing how to get Google Maps on an iPhone 5.

Perhaps it's just a speed hump, but I have seen companies accumulate these minor things and then just fade away.

Like RIM with the Blackberry. I'd be happy enough to see the iPhone fade away. This next 5 might be my last.

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