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The map included in Apple’s new iOS6 operating system reportedly does not show Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Every other country on the map has its capital listed, The Algemeiner reported Tuesday.
In addition, the world clock included in the operating system lists Jerusalem without an affiliated country -- the only city to be included that way, the paper said.
Apple did not respond to JTA requests for comment.
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I was going to avoid blogging about the magnitude-5.8 earthquake we just had about 40 miles east of my place—that’s what twitter is for. But after a conversation with a few friends, I can’t resist. See, they were worried about their loved ones—spouses, kids, the like. My wife is fine, thank you, but my first concern as I tried to figure out whether I should leave the coffee shop was not her safety or my own but that of my computer.
“Tells you a lot about yourself,” my editor said.
Oh, Mac PowerBook, how I love thee.