You have to realize that touch5 doesn't have a GPS antenna, and it's location service is based on the WiFi network only (very limited range). So you you are out in the rural area, the map service will not be working.Anyone know how this is working? If it's working?
If this works I'll consider an ipod touch 5.
Apple have to cripple some functions on the iPod touch, in order to differtiate itself from the iPhone. From a business point of view, it makes perfect sense.Still think it is silly that Apple hasn`t put a GPS chip in every Wi-Fi only device or implemented the bluetooth protocols to allow the device to communicate with bluetooth receivers. Everything is location based these days and leaving out that functionality doesn`t make any sense.