We've had Apple maps on iOS for a long time, they got a lot worse in iOS6, but there is a flaw which seems to escape reviewers and it just seems mind boggling to me because it's been an issue since the introduction of Apple maps. The issue is, and I'd love feedback from others on this gauging how bad it is: when you enter an address and suppose you misspell or don't enter it perfectly or even if it's entered fine: Apple maps does something that none of the alternatives do as far as I know, it will attempt to guess the best approximation and it won't ask you if you meant something else. My experience with both Google maps and Mapquest is that they both prompt you with a list of possible matches. Apple maps doesn't (well, it does but in rare cases). I've been lead to the wrong places several times simply because Apple maps just 'approximated' and did a best guess of the address I input. The question is: why didn't it show me a list of possible addresses that I could review and confirm instead of trying to guess it? Here's something to test: input the same address in both apple maps and google or mapquest and check which of them ask you to choose from the list of possible matches instead of guessing. I've had to learn the hard way, I now use a combination of google maps, mapquest and rarely apple maps, but I just wonder why Apple won't fix this seemingly trivial design.