Yesterday, Apple released the latest iteration, iOS 6, of their immensely popular operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. The flagship feature of the release is a completely re-designed, Apple-developed Maps application, which has already drawn flak from users and experts alike. The fanciest innovation is Flyover, giving you a birds-eye-view of major urban areas through helicopter-based 3D mapping. Considering the thousands of glowing insignia and white earbuds adorning our fair campus, one would think that Apple would have taken the opportunity for a close-up, but Columbia proper is not included in the Flyover-enabled area of Manhattan: in fact, the cutoff is 114th street. Though “Rush Beta” is visible along frat row in all its glory, Butler remains a decidedly flat gray mass. Maybe Apple couldn’t get media access?