In the Apple Store at Southland the other day, I noticed they had all the iDevices maps set to satellite.
It wasn’t hard to see why — it took all of a minute or two to find some glaring errors in the street maps. It’s not just that tram lines are completely missing; they’ve put whole railway stations in the wrong suburbs.
It’s been well over a month since iOS6 was released… I wonder how long it’ll take them to fix this stuff?
How do mistakes like this even happen?
Uh oh. My sister’s iPad got the Blue Screen of Death.
Who knew they suffered from that? I thought Steve Jobs, being all-powerful, would have abolished them.
It happened while playing Rocket Bird.
We resurrected it by doing a hard reset.
Lonsdale House, pictured in early February.
Check the tower. Isn’t that great?
Here’s how the site looks now it’s gone.
Okay, it wasn’t real art deco, it was just an art deco facade on a Victorian building. See comments
But it does seem a shame that at least the facade couldn’t have been kept with the new development — which is to be a shrine to Steve Jobs. That’s right, it’s being replaced by an Apple store and yet more shops.