Apple fixes data bug stranding Aussies, but what about the rest of us?

Apple fixes data bug stranding Aussies, but what about the rest of us?

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New Less than a day after Australian police issued a warning that drivers should avoid using iOS 6's new Maps app, Apple has fixed the error that stranded drivers in a national park. According to a report in The Register, the data error was reportedly due to a confusing entry...
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Can any Aussies "like" this FB page for me? Just need help getting to the magic 25 likes for the username thingy! Ta! http://bit.ly/9DE6vu

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Can any Aussies "like" this FB page for me? Just need help getting to the magic 25 likes for the username thingy! Ta! http://bit.ly/9DE6vu
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?