Apple CEO Tim Cook recommends Nokia Maps to iPhone5 users

The news coming out from Cupertino, CA (home of Apple) is that Apple and Apple CEO Tim Cook did something uncharacteristic of the Tech Company.. they apologized and acknowledged that they made a huge mistake in their iOS6 maps (which if you haven't heard is a HUGE fail).

Tim Cook went on further to point his iPhone5 users to a list of third party map/navigation providers they can use as a viable alternative to their current crApple iOS6 maps.

Here is a snippet from his press statement:

"While we’re improving Maps, you can try alternatives by downloading map apps from the App Store like Bing, MapQuest and Waze, or use Google or Nokia maps by going to their websites and creating an icon on your home screen to their web app."

I remember Steve Wozniak (Apple Co-founder) praising the Nokia Lumia 900 back in April when it was first released on At&t.
Also, Apple lawyers praised and used Nokia as an example of a phone company that makes its own beautifully designed phones without copying anyone.
Today, we have Apple CEO recommending Nokia Maps.

Wake me Up if I am dreaming!

Source: techCrunch

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2 Comments

  1. Unbelievable.
    When I first saw it on the official Apple site I thought the site had been hacked.
    I don’t think Jobs would have done something like that.

    • And at the same time, I don’t think Steve Jobs would have allowed Apple to released a useless maps app in the first place, He was a very cocky guy, always wanted to do things to a very high standard (another reason why a lot of his staff say he was a d*ck)

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