“Developers have been complaining about Apple’s Maps since shortly after they were given the first pre-release version in early June, CNET has learned,” Lowensohn reports. “They say they filed bug requests, sent e-mails to specific Apple employees, and vented on message boards only other developers and Apple could see.”
Lowensohn reports, “All of the half dozen developers with whom CNET spoke — each of whom have applications that rely on Apple’s maps technology — requested that their names and the names of their applications be kept out of this story because of ongoing relationships with the company. But they say the issues were well-documented among developers, who used four pre-release versions of the software before it was given to the public last month. Apple declined to comment.”
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