Mad Magazine's Spoof New Yorker Cover Pokes Fun At Apple Maps (PICTURE)

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Hats off to the... er... madly funny people at Mad magazine for this hilarious spoof - which uses a parody of Saul Steinberg's iconic 1976 New Yorker cover to poke fun at the much-maligned Apple Maps app...


Referencing the app's apparent penchant for inaccurately displaying the geography of cities and countries, Mad's cover turns the Hudson River into the Sea of Galilee, while Canada becomes Chad. Ha!

Of course, we should point out that other Apple spoofs are available. Like this one, for example...

And if you want to see some of Apple Maps' epic bloopers, check out our favourite 10 so far...
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