(CNN) - Apple's move to create its own version of Google Maps isn't going so well.
Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook apologized for glitches with the tech company's new program.
Apple Maps was rolled out last week to millions of iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices.
Previously, the devices used Google Maps.
Users have complained some of the information on Apple Maps is off target or incomplete.
Cook says Apple engineers will continue "working non-stop" on the issues.
In the meantime, he suggested people use alternatives including MapQuest, Microsoft Bing and yes, even Google.
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