Apple Retail Staff Told to Address iOS 6 Maps Flaws
Apple retail staff members have been given the order to be up front and direct with Apple customers regarding the widely reported and frequently bemoaned Apple Maps.
According to Gary Allen of ifoapplestore, Apple retail store managers "are asking store employees to report iOS 6 Maps app errors to help improve the database."
Jokingly, Allen suggested that "Oh, if only all Apple retail store employees could afford an iPhone? And could 40,000+ employees really put a dent in Maps app errors?
Before Tim Cook was backed into an awkward corner and forced to apologize for the the service that replaced Google maps on the platform, users were already bashing Apple's new Maps application, saying that glitches and inaccurate positioning data rendered their user experience void of any real excitement or satisfaction.
As of this writing, Apple maintains that it is "working hard" to rectify these issues with Maps.