iPhone 5 Buyers, iOS 6 Users Don't Care About Maps Fiasco

iPhone 5 Buyers, iOS 6 Users Don't Care About Maps Fiasco

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New For all the hue and cry they inspired, the shortcomings of Apple’s new Maps app don’t appear to have undercut interest in the iPhone 5. As we’ve noted here before, demand for the device continues to be high. Now comes word that issues with Maps aren’t much of a factor...
iPhone 5 Buyers, iOS 6 Users Don't Care About Maps Fiasco
                                       

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