Google’s Schmidt Says Up to Apple to Decide on Maps App

Teo Chian Wei, reporting for Bloomberg:

New mapping software Apple introduced with the iPhone 5 was criticized by technology gadget reviewers, who said it doesn’t provide directions for public transportation and sometimes gets confused when navigating users.

I don’t understand the wording here. Technology reviewers said it doesn’t provide directions for public transportation is the impression the reader gets, not Apple’s new mapping application doesn’t provide directions for public transportation. Maybe I’m being nit-picky, but, in my mind, the former implies that this is what smart people say while the latter is a declaration of fact.

I prefer the latter.

Google’s Schmidt Says Up To Apple To Decide On Maps App