I’ve not had great results when using Apple’s iOS 6 Maps app, in fact, my fiancee has banned me from using it completely after Siri tried to send us over a cliff. Clearly we didn’t follow the directions, which quickly recalculated.
I cannot wait until Google decides to submit its own native Maps app, I mean…if it’s into that kinda thing.
This video sums up every experience that I’ve ever had with iOS 6 Maps:
Also, here’s a bonus Batman version:
[Photo credit: Flickr]
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