Apple Is Listening And Fixing Errors In Its Maps App

Apple is working overtime to gain back the trust of its users after the release of a subpar mobile maps app for which its CEO has apologized.

After the maps debacle, which left many users lost and frustrated, fixes are starting to show up across the application.

We’ve just learned via 9To5Mac that the iPhone maker is quickly responding to Maps errors. Tech sites MacRumors and AppleInsider also confirm the fixes.

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The Statue of Liberty stands tall again:

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Photo: MacRumors

The Brooklyn Bridge before and after:

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