Woz: Problems With iOS 6 Maps Are Disappointing, But ‘Not That Severe’

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Woz keeps a bunch of third-party navigation apps on his iPhone as backup.
Woz keeps a bunch of third-party navigation apps on his iPhone as backup.

Speaking at a company event in Sydney, Australia, this week, Apple co-founder and everyone’s favorite geek Steve Wozniak spoke out about Apple’s new Maps service, which got its public debut alongside iOS 6 last Wednesday. Like most of us, Woz says he’s disappointed with the new app, and that Google’s Maps service is better. However, he doesn’t feel that the issues users have been experiencing are “that severe.”

Apple’s Work On Siri-Leaked Sydney Retail Store Has Already Begun [Image]

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Apple's new retail store in Sydney is already under construction.
Apple's new retail store in Sydney is already under construction.

Earlier today, we reported that Siri had leaked Apple’s plans to open up a new retail store in the Broadway shopping center in Sydney, Australia. It seems, however, that it wasn’t such a big secret after all, because the Cupertino company has already begun work on the new outlet, as these images sent into Cult of Mac prove.

Siri Leaks Apple’s Plans For Upcoming Retail Store In Sydney

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Broadway shopping center in Sydney, where Apple's new retail store will be located.
Broadway shopping center in Sydney, where Apple's new retail store will be located.

Rumors suggesting a new Apple retail store is coming to Sydney, Australia, have been circulating for some time now, but the Cupertino company has been keeping any plans close to its chest. It seems, however, that someone forgot to tell Siri to keep quiet.

The voice-controlled assistant has revealed Apple’s plans for a new store in the Broadway shopping center.

Samsung Douches Up Australian Apple Store With Paid Galaxy Flashmob [Update]

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There's no chance Apple customers in Sydney will get a lie-in this morning.
There's no chance Apple customers in Sydney will get a lie-in this morning. Get it?

Jibes at the iPhone and its users clearly aren’t enough to attract the attention of Apple’s customers, so Samsung is taking a more direct approach. Today the Korean company sent a screaming flashmob equipped with big “Wake Up” signs to protest outside of an Apple retail store in Sydney, Australia.