Google Maps has found its way back to the iPhone.
The city of Mildura is not at the end of a dirt road in the Australian bush, in tire-choking desert sand far from food and water. Unfortunately, Apple's much-maligned mapping application thinks it is.
Sorry to spoil the party, but I am completely unimpressed with Apple's announcement last week that it will resume manufacturing some computers in the United States next year. I'm even less impressed with the larger narrative continually fed by such news for months — that America is reclaiming from an over-the-hill China the mantle of global industrial leadership.
Australian police are warning the public that errors in Apple's much-maligned mapping application are leading drivers headed to the southern city of Mildura to take a potentially "life-threatening" wrong turn into the middle of a remote state park.
This holiday season is shaping up to be a record-breaking period for Apple as shoppers snap up iPhones and iPads. So, why is the world's most valuable company losing its luster with investors?
"Those jobs aren't coming back."
T-Mobile will likely start carrying the iPhone next year after its parent company, Deutsche Telekom, said it has reached a new deal with Apple Inc.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company will move production of one of its existing lines of Mac computers from China to the United States next year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company will move production of one of its existing lines of Mac computers to the United States next year.