Are the maps on iPhone 5 really a problem?
dvarian 1 year ago
I was thinking about a new iPhone, but there has been a lot of talk about the maps being a mess. Are they really that jacked up, or is it just a question of needing a little more polish? Is it something that is significant enough to postpone a purchase?
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