I just read an article about how for the last year and a half some poor woman in Pennsylvania has been turning away drivers from her driveway on a *clearly marked* dead end road (and it amuses me that one of the signs at the front gate reads "Due to price increases on ammunition, do not expect warning shot" - and they ignore that subtle hint), because Apple Maps says that it's the best way to get to the ski area at Roundtop Mountain. And they ARGUE with her. But that's not the part that knots my knickers.
No - that came in the comments section. I really have to stop reading internet comments. They make me weep for humanity. One of them said in part:
"Google maps on the cellphone seems to be a little more on the ball, when I have 3g or 4g available... but not really a full-time option until they coume out with an offline maps edition."
Hey moron - there IS a full time, offline edition. It's called *RAND-MCNALLEY.* They sell them in in bookstores and gas stations and even online, and they work with any platform or operating system.
Oh my God, I drive on the same highways with these idiots...