I won't go into too much of a rant about how crap the new mapping data is in Apple maps here in Korea, but can someone try this little test out for me. In Apple maps find your current location and send it to yourself as an iMessage for example. Close the maps app and then open your messages and hit the location hyperlink. Where do you end up? Anywhere near your actual location? Now do the same but read the iMessage or email with the location hyper link on your mac or pc. Watch the web browser http: , does it flick to twitter before opening in Google Maps? And again where are you? In my case my current location gets pegged to the nearest zip code centroid, +100m away. In Google maps its way, way off. Presumably Google has a different zip code polygon. Why if the 4S has GPS is my location not reported accurately, why this look up to a zip code polygon. I witnessed the same effect in the last beta but to an even worse degree at it was matching me to my -do, the equivalent of a state or county with no zip or street location. For me waiting for a Google map app is not the answer, they (Google) won't get tied in to my contacts as home addresses, or enable me to use location reminders. iOS 6 maps are a real disaster, let hope Apple sign up some decent data providers for non US customers.