Apple Maps has hit a new low down under.
Police in the city of Mildura, Australia, have issued a warning to motorists urging them to be careful when using Apple Maps after the software stranded a number of motorists.
Travelers seeking Mildura using the mapping software on the latest operating system for the iPhone have instead been taken to the middle of the Murray Sunset National Park, according to the police note issued Monday. That's off by more than 43 miles.
That has led the police to call the situation "potentially life threatening." That's because of the lack of water supply in the park and extremely hot temperatures that can reach nearly 115 degrees Fahrenheit.