Last week, Motorola, which is now owned by Google, ran an ad criticising the new Apple Maps for the latest operating system on iPhones and iPads.Thanks to some sleuthing by a reader on Apple Insider, it appears the address used in the ad doesn’t exist. The location, 315 E 15th Street in Manhattan, is actually in the middle of a park. It’s not a real building with an actual address.
We were able to confirm the address isn’t real.
The question is, why would Google use a phony address when there are plenty of examples of Apple Maps’ failings out there?
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