Mac rumors should do an article on this very serious issue, but 'mapping services' found under cellular/system services in the setting app on iPhone for some users show up to 490+ mb of data being depleted. This was just after articles arose published on users reporting improvements in Maps, could this be that Apple is using users data to improve their maps? I went to my Local Apple store today and they told me similar experiences have taken place in the last few days. I have thoroughly investigated this situation, as this sort of thing has never happened to me before, it has forced me and others to go without data. I cannot afford the already 20gigs I pay for cellular data a month, which is pretty expensive where I come from, I have also found similar reports on Apple's discussion forums: https://discussions.apple.com/message/26155714 This is unacceptable, what will this mean for the minority who are experiencing this problem? Will this force them to switch to another platform which wont deplete their data bundles?? And even if this gets fixed, how will Apple guarantee that this sort of thing wont happen again? It has cost me $120 of data packages! Now my budget for data is overdue, and when I get paid again, do I even wan't to spend more money to get back online? After all, I might just find that my 10 gig data bundle is depleted after one week again. This has been the first time my trust and reliance in Apple products have been completely broken. Im left in utter darkness, life without internet truly sucks for a tech nerd.. The downloading (or uploading) of Mapping services cannot be switched off. I even tried to switch off User and Diagnostic reporting, location services, I even turned off every app from using data, still nothing, it just reluctantly continued downloading data without my consent. This may seem all irrelevant to you, but what IF your next?