As an iPhone owner since iDay (America, June 29), I have not voiced petty complaints, and have been very happy with my iPhone. No 3G, okay I bought an OQO with Verizon Broadband. No Flash, okay I'll wait. However, now almost everyone with a cell phone EXCEPT iPhone owners gets to take advantage of Google maps' 'My Location' feature with GPS-like functionality. I was JUST lost and had to ask a clerk for the zip code to find it. http://www.appleinsider.com/article...ps_feature_could_simulate_gps_on_iphones.html I'm a pedestrian in NYC. Sometimes I hop into a cab with a driver without a clue, or maybe the traffic's bad where I am going so I end up spending too much and would have benefitted from taking a cab. Google maps on the iPhone does not show NYC street traffic -- just highway. I also get lost on un-numbered streets in New York City, and I don't venture to Brooklyn or Queens for fear of getting totally lost. Why again is the iPhone behind the ball on this major update with Google maps that benefits everyone else BUT us?