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iPhone 5 Problem With Apple Map

With Android flourishing in the smartphone markets, Apple and Google did not seem to get along very well any longer. So there was no surprise when Apple decided to ditch Google Maps for its own version of Apple Maps apps. Unfortunately, the accuracy of these maps were questioned by many users who found Google to provide them with a better navigation system. The app was buggy and it did not promise the same quality that Apple provides in its products.

Tip: Keep the app and iOS updated

Make sure that you are using the latest version of the Maps app so that you can get the best out of it. Apple introduced a number of bug fixes and new features with regular updates to the app.

Workaround: Use Google Maps

There is no solution to the inaccuracies of Apple maps. While the app has gone through considerable changes over a period of time with continuous updates, if you still want the precision of Google Maps then download the free Google Maps app from iTunes for your iPhone. It requires iOS 9 and above. If you are running an older version then you must consider updating your phone or you can use Google maps through the web version which is https://www.google.com/maps.

 

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