Back in the good-old 3GS days, the iPhone's Google Maps showed you traffic on the iPhone. It looked like this: You'll see that it only shows traffic on the major freeways. You could always zoom in and see traffic on the local roads too. It looked like this: It was a good system, and everyone was happy. Then Apple came out with the Retina Display! Oh boy! Everything is sharper! Ok, this is good news. The wide view still looks pretty much the same but now you can read smaller text! Great! But this got Apple thinking. "What if," they thought. "What if we show local traffic at a higher zoom level now? Hey! Yeah, it's sharper so you can see more detail so it makes perfect sense! So NOW when I see this: ...I think to myself: "I'm just gonna zoom in a tiny bit to see that red area more clearly!" And I get this: Whoah! What road is mine? Which split is the freeway and which is the local road? What's traffic like ahead? Uhm...I'm not sure anymore... Unlike before I don't have to zoom way in to get local roads. They're just right there all the time, making the traffic readout downright unusable. So I zoom back out and use my map like this again: So...thanks Apple. Now I have to decide between zooming in or using the traffic colors. Those were both features I liked but now I'm forced to pick one and ditch the other. Great. Does this bother anyone else? I'm not looking for a solution...just wondering if anyone else has the same problem!