• JLishere

    “315 E 15th Street” returns the same Manhattan location (lat/long coordinates) on Google Maps, Bing Maps, Nokia/Navteq, Mapquest and OpenStreetMaps. Apple Maps is the odd one out – Brooklyn, to make matters worse.

  • JohnDoey

    Weak tea from Motorola.

  • Ittiam

    Apple can do no wrong. Period… Why are we even discussing this

    (Sarcasm)

  • Pete Austin

    “315 E 15th Street is not an actual address in Manhattan. A public park sits on that side of the street, making none of the block’s odd numbers a valid address.”, according to the linked article.

    This makes no sense: A public park is a perfectly valid address. If the range of numbers between (say) 301 and 331 was an office building, I’d expect a search on any of them to take me to that building. Similarly if that range is a public park.. If iOS Maps doesn’t direct you to parks properly, that’s a serious bug.

  • shanepbrady

    They used a real address that wouldn’t have problems if lots of people decided to actually go there, like a place of business or residential address.