Apple CEO Tim Cook's apology to customers for the failings of its new Maps app was a departure from the firm's usual tight-lipped communications.
In a letter posted on Apple's website, Cook said the company was “extremely sorry for the frustration” the service caused iPhone customers. He then recommended that users download competitors' apps such as Bing or MapQuest, or access Google or Nokia maps through their websites.
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