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  • xninjagrrl Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    MapQuest app is free and has voice guided turn by turn navigation in case anyone needs this feature. Ive never used the native ios maps app so I could care less if the new map app is crap, but I do feel for you guys who did use it.

  • terrytrunce Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'd even pay for it.

     

    Me, and a lot of others too & I would pay over the odds.

     

    Can't see how Apple can refuse to host an App from Google on the grounds of 'conflicting with core functionality'

    - especially if it includes StreetView. Not seen any Apple camera cars cruising the locality.

  • dolphinsda Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Not that my opinion matters to Apple... but I thought I would add to the already numerous voices communicating their disapproval with Apple Maps. The arrogance of Apple to get rid of google maps for their own mapping system is maddening. Apple you better let Google maps back on IOS6 or... hello Samsung.

  • terrytrunce Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    "Google maps back on IOS6 or... hello Samsung."

     

    Well, I've been looking at reviews for Microsoft windows 8 phones - Nokia & HTC, also Microsofts Surface Tablet, and hopefully they will have build quality closer to Apple.

     

    I'm not quite locked in to Apples ecosystem - I have a windows PC, because I couldn't justify the price of an Apple replacement.

     

    Microsoft have recovers after Vista, so I may prefer to belong to an ecosystem that doesn't lock you up in solitary to be fed Apple gruel.

  • Alejandrosevilla Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I want the last google maps in my iPad. The new its very very bad. Please rectification.All brand do an error. this its the error in iOS6. please change noww.

  • applemapsblow Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Agree, apple maps just *****. Give us google maps back!

  • harlanpepper Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Amid the myriad glaring defincies of the new Maps the most problematic for me is its inability to provide me with directions to my home address regardless of the starting point.  I live in Washington, D.C. and, despite repeated attempts, soft resets and address confirmation, Maps only tells me that directions to this destination are unavailable. Meanwhile, Idirections can be provided to neighboring addresses.   

     

    As an iPhone loyalist since 2008, I for the first time am an unsatisfied constumer.  Apple Maps is a tremendous disappointment for an otherwise superb product.  It is unacceptable.   

     

    Launching a half baked product like Maps is a serious mistake Apple must correct in the near term or it risks significant losses. 

     

    Maps and directions are far too critical a function for consumers to accept - not merely an imperfect - but a failed feature.  

  • terrytrunce Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    "I live in Washington, D.C."

     

    I'm sure you feel short changed, but those of us who don't live in priority AppleLand, feel more so,,,,,,,

  • caddman Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    go to maps.google.com and get the app.

     

    In the US the traffic only shows extreme slow spots, very useless compared to color coded streets/highways to show the condition Fast-Slow-Stopped. Nice job apple, way to fix something that didn't need fixing. Now you HAVE to fix it!

  • harlanpepper Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Huh? The 3D maps function doesn't work in DC like it does in NYC, LA, and Miami and DC got its first Apple store 2 years ago. Unless you're comparing it to Dawson City, Yukon; DC is hardly priority AppleLand. 

  • KC7GNM Level 4 Level 4 (2,735 points)

    dolphinsda wrote:

     

    Not that my opinion matters to Apple... but I thought I would add to the already numerous voices communicating their disapproval with Apple Maps. The arrogance of Apple to get rid of google maps for their own mapping system is maddening. Apple you better let Google maps back on IOS6 or... hello Samsung.

    Bye. Don't need you here then anyways if all you are going to do is cry about maps when there are tons of apps that can do what you need.

  • exhker Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the same problems in Canada , maps are outdate many locations  shown  already developed for years; when change to 3D viewing the map look like you are riding roller coaster, Pin drops are distance away from actual location,  hope Apple go  back  to Google map. 

  • terrytrunce Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    "Huh? The 3D maps function doesn't work in DC like it does in NYC, LA, and Miami and DC"

     

    LOL

     

    3D.....You only get that  in London Town.  Both they, and the rest of us havn't got 2D that works.  Data is 10 years out of date and the limited amount of useful info is splattered anywhere, but where it should be. 

  • deadhead71 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Don't worry, Barack Obama will fix everything

  • mickod Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)

    Okay, now that we have established that apple are stubborn and arrogant and won't ever admit an error... And that this maps mess is here to stay... Seeing as how this is a "support" site... Can anyone give me an "unofficial" way to downgrade to iOS 5.1... Or if apple would like to save face... They COULD invent a silly story about "the Advanced iOS being potentially too much for the older generation processors to handle" and give us the option of a downgrade without admitting error. That might be closer to the apple way. Anyhow... Folks... How do I get back to 5.1?

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