Apple's Maps Fiasco
A typical Apple product launch is marked by sprawling lines of shoppers and glowing reviews. But when the company debuted its new Maps app in iOS 6, this wasn't exactly the case.
The app, which was meant to replace the native Google's Maps app for iPhones and iPads, was found by many users to be buggy and inaccurate. It also mislabeled major city milestones, suggesting the Boston Garden entertainment arena, for example, was an actual garden.
Apple CEO Tim Cook posted an apology for the faulty app on Apple's website, stating: "We are extremely sorry for the frustration this has caused our customers and we are doing everything we can to make Maps better."