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Apple's maps: its worst software product yet?

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Luna Park face melts on Apple Maps

Apple's Maps app is riddled with mistakes including dodgy misrepresentations of well known landmarks, as Deputy Technology Editor Ben Grubb demonstrates.

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Uluru found on Apple Maps. Click for more photos

The best of the worst in Apple Maps

The launch of the iPhone5 has been hit by complaints about the new Apple Maps function. There are some spectacular images but some massive fails. Photo:

Flaw in iPhone 5 camera reveals purple haze

If you point the iPhone 5's camera toward the sun or bright lights, a purple halo appears around those light sources, and in some cases, purple lens flares also appear within the frame.

Apple CEO apologises for maps, recommends rivals

Apple CEO Tim Cook apologises to customers frustrated with glaring errors in its new Maps service and, in an unusual move for the consumer giant, directed them to rival services such as Google Maps instead.

Apple Maps directs drivers to Alaska airport runway

An Alaskan airport has closed an aircraft access route due to a glitch in Apple Maps that directs drivers up to an active runway.

Ben Grubb reviews iPhone 5's new maps app. (Thumbnail) Luna Park face melts on Apple Maps

Apple's Maps app is riddled with mistakes including dodgy misrepresentations of well known landmarks, as Deputy Technology Editor Ben Grubb demonstrates.

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