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Consumers: Traffic in Apple Maps scores thick enough
Apple Maps scores a ‘big enough’ to reporting delays on the road in the Netherlands. Claiming the Consumers in a test of traffic navigation software. TomTom has the best performance in the test of the union.
Apple’s Maps application treasure in almost all cases incorrectly or traffic jam, and if so, how long is the delay. Therefore gives the Consumers ‘app’ thick enough, “while 86 percent of the testers, the system would not continue to use. In as many as 94 percent of cases, Apple Maps went wrong when there was traffic jam on the route of the testers. Moreover, Apple’s software once reported the move no more.
Because traffic on all navigation often off target, concludes that the information on the board is considered substandard. In 34 percent of the rides the software reported an unjustified delay or wrongly said that there was no file.
At TomTom, the report came in nearly four out of five cases correspond to the actual situation. Google Maps was that two thirds of the rides, while Apple’s map program did well in 57 percent of cases. Garmin DAB did the least, with 53 percent.
The test was conducted at 107 Consumer testers, totaling more than 1,100 rides have driven in the test period. Almost half of those rides there was traffic jam on the route.Viewing:-138
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