iPhone 3G Maps - Wrong current location!

Posted on 2009-04-10
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Last Modified: 2013-11-06

I just bought my first iPhone 3G.

When I try the Maps application that comes with the phone, is says that my current location is in the USA (I live in Europe).

Any ideas?

Thank you!!
Question by:Endelm

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Works now.

I just had to take my iPhone outside. Then it worked :)
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Came back to your question and found you fixed it!  IPhones are the best, and hope you enjoy yours!


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