Rail worker pokes fun at iPhone 5 map problems

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The message was left at Hackney Wick station and tweeted by @binny_uk Credit: Ben Mathis

A staff member at Hackney Wick rail station in east London has left some tongue-in-cheek transport information for users of Apple's iPhone 5, which was launched on Friday.

Ben Mathis posted the snap of his self-authored rail update on Twitter after many users of the new iPhone reported problems with Apple's map service.


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