New and improved Apple Maps rolling out now in New York and other cities in the northeastern U.S.


Remember what a fiasco Apple Maps was when it first launched back in 2012? Countries and cities were mislabeled, and some were even missing. Turn-by-turn directions led many users to the wrong destination. Apple Maps was such a disaster that it led to the dismissal of software chief Scott Forstall (remember him?). CEO Tim Cook, who had been running the show for nearly a year at the time, penned an apology that suggested iOS users switch to Google Maps, Waze, Nokia Maps or some other navigation app until Apple fixed Maps.
Toward that end, Apple announced last year that …

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