OK, I found an old iPod Touch 4th gen sitting in storage and charged it up, downloaded iTunes (ugghh), and updated the ipod to iOS 6.1.3. So now I have what is basically a new, off the showroom floor ipod. I haven't played with iOS in a couple of years, so there was a learning curve. Spent the last few hours cursing at the OS for having to click the stupid home button a million times, cursing the iPod for not having a back button and of course cursing iTunes. (Although, I will admit that it has gotten better in terms of getting files into iTunes from a PC.) Once I got everything squared away, I wanted to see if iMaps (I don't give a crap if Apple named it Maps, I'm calling it iMaps) had gotten any better. So I went to L.A. and this is what iPhone users think is fine or better than Google Maps or even Waze? I seriously don't get why you would use this? Completely and utterly unacceptable. And this is L.A. I picked, one of the largest cities in the world, so if Apple can't get it right here, I can't imagine how bad it is elsewhere? First image is on iOS with traffic turned on and second image is Google Maps. Which do you think would be more helpful?