Thursday, November 29, 2012

Apple and his desperate race to improve the Maps

mapas apple Apple y su carrera desesperada por mejorar los Mapas

The last head lapped by the upper echelons of Apple this week was that of Richard Williamson , head of Maps in iOS 6 and who worked with Steve Jobs at NeXT. Eddy Cue was directly responsible for this dismissal and Vice President and has been in contact with companies like TomTom to improve the mapping system as soon as possible.

Was the team relaxed maps so far? We think not. Since the mapping service was launched alongside Apple iOS 6, has only to receive bad reviews. In Apple acknowledged that they did a good job, but the pressure they are under the team of workers dedicated to the Maps application is quite high.

When Tim Cook fired Scott Forstall, senior vice president of iOS, we know that workers in his department celebrated the departure of vice, tired of the constant pressure to which they were subjected. More particularly investigating in this department, the development team are not having maps truce in these months. In his letter of apology, and announced that Tim Cook would work day and night to fix errors quickly.

And one thing should be noted: since Apple launched Maps, the service has improved a large scale and in record time. In fact, the maps were 100 times worse in the first beta of iOS 6 that in the final version officially released.

Yes, Apple should have waited a little longer to launch the application, but the improvements are not being made to wait.

Article Apple and his desperate race to improve the maps was originally published in News iPhone .

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