Ok, I’m not a fan of Maps in iOS 6 as you might have read. Seems like the folks over at Google aren’t either. By way of Motorola Mobility’s Google+ page (the company that is now owned by Google) this post just popped up with a fun hashtag:
Looking for 315 E 15th in Manhattan? Google Maps on DROID RAZR M will get you there & not #iLost in Brooklyn.
The group is also at it on Twitter:
Motorola Mobility (@Motorola) September 22, 2012
Them’s fightin’ words. However, I would laugh at someone who owned a RAZR.
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