4778 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Aug 10, 2010 12:53 PM by djsteven
Go to iphone, Settings, General, Location = on.
Tap on the location line " > " symbol.
You'll see a list of all apps that can use location services.
Turn on all you want to access the GPS.
When you are in an app that uses gps, you'll see a small arrow pointing Northeast in the upper right side of the iphone.Windows 7, iPad 3G, iPhone 4
My GPS works acceptably well, not as fast as google maps on my old blackberry.
i get good location (typical GPS 3 meters) when i'm not using the phone, but when talking on my headset, i get the 'big bubble' location. is this a feature of the iphone 4 or an issue?
Any thoughts? i checked to make sure the Maps app was using location services.iphone 4, Mac OS X (10.6)