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I found my first Maps flaw a couple days ago. The maps wanted me to do this crazy loop around a road that would have brought me straight to my destination. As I drove down that road, the Maps app showed the road as ending about half way through my journey on it.
Apple products in general are not perfect. Apple sets high standards for themselves and people who buy Apple products come to expect high quality. Normal people accept / admit that Apple products are not perfect. Fanbois do not.
That being said...
0. M$ zealots and Penguinistas are equally moronic when it comes to Microsoft products and Linux. Normal users understand that neither is perfect. 1. No mapping solution I've ever used is 100% perfect... Google included. I've used Garmin and Tom-Tom GPS devices that couldn't find my house when I was parked in the driveway. 2. Apple being the big consumer device manufacturer puts them under the microscope & makes them the big target for the press. Not unlike Microsoft with it's big products (Windows & Office).
Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master. ~ George Washington
100% agreed. I was going to say that his conversation with the Apple fanboi is eerily similar to an MS fanboi that I was talking to last week about Metro. When I tried to mention some problems that I had with Metro, he just reverted back to the tired old standby of "You just don't like change." Fanboyism is the mind killer.
I assume there are no signs on roads in Australia, in other case those people ending 70 miles away are stupid. Why bother with signs, we have computer yaay, and if battery will die, they also gonna die. World is getting more funny every day