Location of Apple's spaceship campus featured in new Maps app icon
Apple enjoys putting little details into its operating systems and apps that delight and amuse the person who takes the time to appreciate the work that went into it. One item noticed yesterday by the folks at 9to5Mac is that the new Maps icon in iOS 7 no longer shows 1 Infinite Loop, instead opting to provide directions around the future location of Apple Campus 2 -- the location where the "spaceship" headquarters will be completed in 2016.
The previous Maps icon was often seen as a bit of a joke, showing an abrupt left turn off of the bridge on De Anza Boulevard into the oncoming southbound traffic on I-280. Fortunately the icon designer took the time to prevent life-threatening accidents...
(image courtesy of 9to5Mac)
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