iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users have had just over two months to play with Apple’s new Maps app. The new mapping solution replaced Google Maps in iOS 6, a software update that was publicly released in late September. Over that time, there has been a significant amount of criticism about Apple’s new Maps app and why the Cupertino-based corporation decided Google Maps wasn’t sufficient enough.
Nevertheless, after Apple CEO Tim Cook apologized for the situation and even offered alternative mapping services in the meantime, the company has vowed that improvements will be made to Maps over time. Apple has also noted that Maps will automatically improve itself as more people use it, as a cloud-based service. So in the aftermath of iOS maps head Richard Williamson having been ousted at Apple, how do you think Maps fares today? Have you noticed any improvements in your local area?