So back when Apple maps first came out I was disappointed by it and didn't use it for long. Now, many years later, I figured that I'll give it a try again, maybe they have gotten better since then. I found that's not quite the case. Here's what happens when I type in "vas u" (the name of a street in Budapest, where I currently am) in Google maps: Result: it finds the correct location immediately, no questions asked. Typing in the same thing in Apple maps: Result: It has no clue. It even got the country wrong, and the results have no similarity whatsoever to what I typed in. And none of the results are even in the country I'm in, let alone the city. It's as if it just gave me a huge list of totally random results. And it points to "Neue Sport Mittelschule", which doesn't even remotely sound like "vas u". Like, at all. There isn't even the letter V or A in it. You don't need to be one of the world's richest companies to figure that out. This isn't just one special case. It does this all the time. I haven't used it extensively but the few times I have used it, it more often than not failed to find what I was looking for. And yes, if I typed in the full post code, city and country like you used to have to with old fashioned GPS devices from 2004, then it would most likely find it. But Google just knows how to figure this stuff out without fail even if you only give it the absolute minimum information. This is 2018, searches should be smart and you shouldn't have to provide every piece of information. You often don't know what the post code is, and in 99.9% of cases I'm looking for an address in the city I am currently in.