“In an attempt to benefit from Apple’s much-criticized iOS 6 Maps app, Google-owned Motorola Mobility has released a new advertisement mocking it with the phrase ‘iLost,'” Macgasm reports.
“In the ad, Apple’s iPhone 5 is shown next to a Droid Razr M, and the ad says Motorola’s device offers ‘the real world that’s fit for your hand,'” Macgasm reports. “Both phones show their respective map features searching for the address 315 E 15th in New York City, but the iPhone’s Maps app shows incorrect results.”
Macgasm reports, “To go along with this ad, Motorola wrote on their Google+ page: ‘Looking for 315 E 15th in Manhattan? Google Maps on DROID RAZR M will get you there & not #iLost in Brooklyn.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: We’d rather be lost with an iPhone 5 than anywhere with a thick, heavy, ugly Motorola Mobility iPhone wannabe.
You know who’re really lost? The 4,000 employees that Google axed at their Motorola Mobility division last month.
Oh, BTW, here’s what Google’s Android looked like before and after Apple’s iPhone: