There are over 40,000 Apple retail employees out in the world, and if the rumors from MacRumors are true, at least some of them are working tirelessly to improve iOS 6 Maps.
If you’ve been living under a rock and perchance haven’t updated any of your Apple devices in the past few weeks, you may not be aware that Apple’s iOS 6 Maps are inaccurate enough and ugly enough for CEO Tim Cook to make a formal apology on the company website.
In the wake of this mess, “multiple sources” have said that certain retail stores will dedicate on-the-clock hours to reporting issues with Apple’s Maps product. According to MacRumors, there is some sort of internal portal through which employees can report various issues or rename locations. However, most of the details on this initiative are unclear.
According to Gary Allen, Apple retail store enthusiast, the Great Maps Correction Effort of 2012 is a voluntary deal.
So far it’s voluntary: Apple retail store managers are asking store employees to report iOS 6 Maps app errors to help improve the database.
— Gary Allen (@ifostore) October 3, 2012
If you’d like to join in on the effort — remember, Cook promised Maps would get better the more we use it — then you can check out this simple piece by iMore for directions. It’s as easy as hitting the “Report a Problem” button.
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