Editor's Comments: Flaws are often a fact of life

It seems that the launch of a new iPhone these days is often accompanied with as much controversy as fanfare, writes Dick O'Brien.

6th October, 2012
Editor's Comments: Flaws are often a fact of life
'What seems to have escaped many people is that no smartphone mapping service is entirely perfect'.

It seems that the launch of a new iPhone these days is often accompanied with as much controversy as fanfare. With the iPhone 4, it was the issue of its antenna. Holding the phone in a certain way would cut off the signal. With the iPhone 5, which was launched last month, the fuss has been all about maps.

Those of have been keeping abreast of technology news will no doubt know all about this already. Since...

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