Turn by turn directions in iOS 6 looks insane

imutter

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I'm really hoping we will be able to fine tune it such as mode of transportation (car, walking, etc), options to avoid or forbid certain travel ways (tolls, ferry, etc). If that's not the case, I may have to continue using Navigon. The demo also didn't say which side of road the destination was on. I know it's still in development but I'm crossing my fingers they have more options and features in the Maps app.
oh that would stink I need to know what side stuff is ....and now I have public transportation I may use in the future.
I was wondering what happens with the google map ? Is it gone or still there?
 

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Siri and the new Maps are great... here in the UK I can finally use Siri and the location services... saying something like 'how do I get to London' instantly opens Maps and the navigation starts... fantastic!
 

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Are you new to iPhone? They release a new model everyear. I can't wait

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are you new to posting? No I'm not new to iPhone but as I said it hasn't been officially announced so anything else is speculation. Please correct me where I'm wrong with that statement.
 

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are you new to posting? No I'm not new to iPhone but as I said it hasn't been officially announced so anything else is speculation. Please correct me where I'm wrong with that statement.
Watch the video of wwdc keynote

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Njshoremom4gurlz

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Yup waze even warned me about a policeman ahead lol I slowed down just a bit! I love it Amd it's got a voice it's so similar to Tom tom gps!


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Tinman

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are you new to posting? No I'm not new to iPhone but as I said it hasn't been officially announced so anything else is speculation. Please correct me where I'm wrong with that statement.
Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not using it in a fruit salad.

Conversely, knowledge is knowing an iPhone has not been announced for release this year. But wisdom should tell you that it does not matter as it is almost assuredly going to happen.



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Waze is kind of girly and goofy but it's awesome as a GPS. It's very accurate and fast.
 

Tinman

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I keep trying waze to see what I am missing. But I always delete it soon after. Guess it is just not for me.




Michael
 

Tinman

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True. Every time it says, "Caution"... my wife and I go, "you're in a no spin zone".:ROFLMAO:
LOL.

I do wish you could set it to warn you with more granularity. Five mile-per-hour increments is rather crude. I would like to set it for, say, 6 MPH (who am I kidding--I mean 11 or 12 :D).



Michael
 

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will test maps on the Pioneer Appradio SPH-DA100 once car is back from garage.
 

jmp316

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I keep trying waze to see what I am missing. But I always delete it soon after. Guess it is just not for me.




Michael
The beauty of Waze is its social and gaming aspects. Users not only get a free TBT GPS app, but also get "points" for driving, editing the map, and traffic alerts. All this contributes to a great, frequently updated map and accurate crowd sourced traffic data.
 

MrMike6by9

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I love Waze for traffic & incident updates but did get misdirected recently in an area of new construction. My car has an in-dash nav system. I just ordered the map update for that. I also have Mapquest & GPS Drive for sh**s & giggles.
YMMV