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Less than a day after Apple released iOS 6 and unveiled its in-house maps, users have gone to Twitter and Tumblr to post their most ridiculous findings. When using the 3D feature, some searches end up showing you an apocalyptic rendition of some of the world's most cherished monuments.
The fine folks over at Business Insider have put together a slideshow with the help of theamazingios6maps tumblr page detailing just some of the issues. Among the most hilarious? Road and bridges that are so distorted they look like roller coasters, an airport runway that looks like a quilt, and a very flat Eiffel Tower. Take a look for yourself:
Originally posted by Signals
Are these examples of a technical glitch or are they trying to tell us something?
Originally posted by glen200376
I heard on the news today that a few towns in England were covered by fog when they took the photos so all you see is fog. They also said a few English towns are completely missing.
So what part of the software is unable to handle bridges?
As far as the software is concerned, the bridge follows the terrain.