“Google Maps was since the beginning part of the seamless, powerful, ultra-functional, hyper-competent lineup of solid apps that made the iPhone experience so good
And then Apple replaced it with a piece of crap.
I’m not going to sugar-coat this for anyone: Apple put crapware on their most important product on purpose in order to screw a rival at the expense of users”
Ouch. Not mincing your words there young man but it perhaps needed to be said. I’m not a maps user, never really used them on Android or iOS before so I’m not especially concerned if the Google Maps replacement on the new iPhone is truly awful or what but appreciate to a lot of people, it does matter. Mind you, if this is correct and Apple is doing this to “screw a rival” then it’s poor and does not reflect well on the company.