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Although customers desperate for a new iPhone 5 are still waiting in lines across the world, existing iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users who upgraded to iOS 6 on Wednesday have been engaged with the new maps product for two days.
And they’re not happy about the maps. Fortunately, they have Twitter.
— The Next Web (@TheNextWeb) September 21, 2012
Alternatives to iOS 6's Maps app: OK, we know Apple's Maps app in iOS 6 hasn't been a favorite feature for man… http://t.co/OUgb1ANF
— Anything Apple (@appletweets__) September 21, 2012
The Lesson Apple Needs to Learn From the iOS 6 Maps Debacle http://t.co/ONLhZjfO
— Mashable Tech (@mashabletech) September 21, 2012
RIP to the people who bought an Apple iPhone 5 today then used iOS 6's Maps app to get home. May they rest now at the bottom of that cliff.
— Matt Binder (@MattBinder) September 21, 2012
I am boycotting iOS 6 until Apple approves the Google Maps app.
— Erick Schonfeld (@erickschonfeld) September 21, 2012
I hope FedEx isn't using iOS 6 maps to find their iPhone 5 deliveries…
— Brandon Miniman (@BrandonMiniman) September 21, 2012
Apple says it's 'just getting started' on Maps for iOS 6, are you willing to wait? (poll) – http://t.co/MHv6jqa8
— Engadget (@engadget) September 20, 2012
Apple 'Mapocalypse' sends iOS 6 users into a tizzy (and possibly a riverbank) http://t.co/63qZs4uZ
— WIRED (@WIRED) September 20, 2012
— BI: Tech (@SAI) September 20, 2012
— SplatF (@SplatF) September 20, 2012