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December 10th, 2012
Apple Updates Maps After Australian Police Warn they are ‘Life-threatening’

Apple has hastily updated its new maps system after police in Mildura,Australia, warned that using them was “life-threatening”, after a number of people trying to find the town of 30,000 people became hopelessly lost in the bush in scorching temperatures. One man was stranded for 24 hours last week in temperatures of up to 46 degrees centigrade, and at least three more have had to be rescued after following the directions given on Apple’s new maps, which located Mildura far from its actual position, putting it instead among the dusty, sun-baked trails of Murray-Sunset National Park, the second-largest in Australia about 70 kilometres away. Read More