Queues as iPhone5 goes on sale

Apple users around the world have been queuing for the release of the iPhone5 - the company's latest smartphone. But the launch has not been without controversy as some users have cited inaccuracies in Apple's new mapping software.

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Confusion over Apple mapping errors

Users of the first version of Apple's Maps app have complained about lack of detail in certain areas, erroneous searches and warped street-level imagery.

York city centre is shown partly in black and white, with some areas in blurry colour. Credit: Apple Maps
A search for Battersea Bridge in London brought up a law firm in Newton Abbot. Credit: Apple Maps
New York's Brooklyn Bridge is shown in a worrying state of repair. Credit: Apple Maps

Ireland's Justice Minister warned pilots after a farm in Dublin was marked as an airport.

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