“It’s great that Apple apologized for releasing a new Maps app that disappointed its customers. But it didn’t have to,” John Paczkowski reports for AllThingsD. “Demand for the iPhone 5 continues to surge, and according to a number of observers, Apple’s Maps app debacle hasn’t slowed it at all. Nor will it, most likely.”
“Piper Jaffray analyst Eugene Munster recently surveyed 20 Apple Stores in the United States. He found iPhone 5 inventory in just four of them,” Paczkowski reports. ” Those four stores were located in smaller cities, and the few iPhone 5 units they had were for Sprint. His take on Apple’s mapping misstep? It’s not causing much user backlash.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]