Apple (AAPL) is looking for all the help it can get to fix its iOS Maps service. AppleInsider points us to some new job postings on Apple’s website that are seeking 10 software engineers to work on its Maps team. As the report notes, nine of the engineers “will handle various programming duties, while one will be assigned to tackle navigation.” In its job posting, Apple says that its iOS Maps app is the “best mapping program on any mobile platform,” despite the fact that CEO Tim Cook formally apologized for the app after widespread complaints about its poor quality.
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