Anyone who's got lost on the cobbled streets of Copenhagen on a free bike borrowed from Hotel Fox will appreciate this new evolution on the Maps function of the iPhone. Instead of wondering what Roman letters to put for the names of the Danish named cross-street you're lost at - all you have to do is click a little button and the iPhone triangulates where you are with old-technology - no GPS required.

Anyone who's got lost on the cobbled streets of Copenhagen on a free bike borrowed from Hotel Fox will appreciate this new evolution on the Maps function of the iPhone. Instead of wondering what Roman letters to put for the names of the Danish named cross-street you're lost at – all you have to do is click a little button and the iPhone triangulates where you are with old-technology – no GPS required. With another click, you can even get directions of where you're trying to get to and let you know that you passed your meeting place hald an hour ago.

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