Sep 28, 2012
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Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘We fell short’ on new Maps app in iOS 6, suggests third-party alternatives
Apple has been under fire since last week’s launch of iOS 6 and its new, in-house Maps app — and now Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has published an open letter in which he admits that the new app “fell short” of the company’s high standards.

Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘We fell short’ on new Maps app in iOS 6, suggests third-party alternatives

Apple has been under fire since last week’s launch of iOS 6 and its new, in-house Maps app — and now Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has published an open letter in which he admits that the new app “fell short” of the company’s high standards.

  1. kosmoskrap reblogged this from thedailyfeed and added:
    This is post-Jobs Apple.
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    Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘We fell short’ on new Maps app in iOS 6, suggests third-party alternatives
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  6. kudokun-jake reblogged this from thisistheverge and added:
    비슷한 상황에서, 잡스는 어도비를 욕하면서 문제를 해결했다… 이제 남은 것은 애플 지도가 얼마나 빠른 속도로 개선되냐의 문제. In a similar situation, Jobs berated
  7. frompaintoserenity reblogged this from thisistheverge and added:
    I am glad that Apple is so open and honest with their users. I have to admit when we lost Steve Jobs, I thought “well...
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  11. swearfu reblogged this from holyshititskatelyn and added:
    At least he had the balls to admit it, I respect that.
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  13. holyshititskatelyn reblogged this from shortformblog and added:
    “I’m sorry, baby. I’ll never do you like that again. Promise.”
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