Where are we? Apple's messy maps

The new map app for iOS 6 is a whole lot of fun -- unless you want to use it for directions. Or to find a bridge that looks crossable.


The folks at Google must be loving this.

As people have started using Apple's new map app -- the one that came out with yesterday's release of iOS 6 -- many have been quick to point out its not-so-subtle flaws. Suddenly, Grand Cayman is a sandy island devoid of roads. New York City's Manhattan Bridge resembles a roller coaster, and, well, things elsewhere are just plain out of whack.

Much has been made about Apple dissing Google Maps, which has lived on Apple's iPhone since Day 1. Now the shoe is on the other foot. Here are some highlights, which we'll update throughout the day.

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