Apple: Thanks for the ‘customer feedback’ on the Maps flap

The Williamsburg Bridge in New York City is looking a little shaky
(Credit: Screenshot/CNET)
Hey, everyone! Apple wants to thank you for laughing at its Maps app.
Yes, that’s the new iOS 6 feature that Apple rolled itself (with the assistance of GPS wizards at Tom Tom) in order to divorce Google Maps. It’s the very same feature that has trended on Twitter (and CNET) for most of the day, thanks to maps that elide details, panoramic views that wrinkle airport runways and collapse bridges into canyons, “Inception”-style cityscapes and directions that point the wrong way. The same app whose 3D…

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