I'm wondering, is it legal for a company to ruin the product they manufactured after you have purchased it. I bought an iPad 2 with a wonderful app called Maps. It allowed me to do really neat things like drop a pin on the street I grew up on and the view a street level photograph of the house I grew up in. Then I stupidly upgraded the operating system to the next level, which I always thought was the smart thing to do, and now my wonderful google map with street level has be wiped out and replaced with a piece of crap that can't even find the Grand Canyon. Was there any warning per-upgrade? I don't think so. This is plain RUDE and tyrannical of Apple's part. Any up for a class action suit?