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The Cayman Islands in iOS 5 and iOS 6.
The Williamsburg Bridge in New York is looking a little shakey.
New York's Manhattan Bridge in Apple Maps on iOS 6.
The Statue of Liberty, as seen from Apple Maps in iOS 6, left, Bing, center, and Google Maps, right.
The road to the Hoover Dam on the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, between Nevada and Arizona seems to take a sudden drop.
Headed to the Lincoln Digital Arts Center in San Francisco? It doesn't exist. This is the location of the Letterman Digital Arts Center.
In Punta Arenas, Chile, not only are highways duplicated, but they are even build out over the water.
A side by side of the Cayman Islands, showing the difference in detail between Google Maps and Apple Maps in iOS 6.
Your landing at the Toronto Airport is going to be a bit bumpy.
The Terengganu Airport, Malaysia in black and white.
iOS 6 is lacking some detailed labels, but at least you can find the Apple Store in Hong Kong.
The Apple Store in London is not where it used to be.
The beautiful beaches of Barbados, seen in incredibly low-resolution on iOS 6 Maps.
The once detailed Google Maps version of Penn State University, which showed the names of individual buildings has been replaced with the iOS 6 map which shows only campus street names.
Lower Saxony Germany appears in blurry, black and white and washed out greens and greys.