Apple Maps is still misplacing Dunedin
International Airport in the Octagon almost two years after
the problem was first reported.
Airport chief executive John McCall said it was frustrating
Apple had not fixed the problem after it raised the issue
with the company in 2012.
''We raised it with Apple and have absolutely got nowhere,''
Mr McCall said.
He had ''no idea'' why the airport's location still came up
as the Octagon when people searched for it on Apple Maps, but
had a simple solution.
''Go to Google [Maps].''
The error was reported in the Otago Daily Times in September
2012 after Apple took over as the default provider of maps
software on iPads and iPhones.
The launch of the software was plagued by problems around the
world, but Apple has since worked to fix issues which
included highways that ended in the middle of nowhere and
towns in the wrong location.
Apple did not respond to a request for comment yesterday.