Apple's iPhone 5 Stricken with Bad Maps, Production Delays: Apple Phone Now Supports 4G Networks
In the first three days of the release of the iPhone 5 the world's largest company has sold five million more of them. Apple's new device has a larger screen and a thinner, lighter body. The hardware inside has been upgraded and for the first time it's capable of using a faster signal technology, 4G. But the release has been marred by criticism of the phone's new and native map software after Apple excluded Google's popular version. Analysts are also concerned that Apple is struggling to keep up with demand because of the manufacturing demands of its slick new touch screen.