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Assuming the "beginning of next month, August" is correct, Garmin may as well call the map 2016.20.
We found in issue in the last North American release, so we had to review the data before releasing it.
Garmin will now offer three map updates a year because of a decrease in demand in past cycles.
Very few people with built-in GPS units in their cars ever update more than once every 3 years. I don't like the 3 times a year at all, but I understand the decision if the demand wasn't there. I suppose if they are going to 3 updates per year for both NA and Europe, it may make sense to get on a staggered schedule so the EU and NA releases are ~60 days apart. OK, that's a confirmation of the first report so I'm ready to believe we're now going to get three map updates a year. As far as I can find POI-Factory is the only site with this information about 2016.10 and future release timing. I just don't understand why people aren't committed to frequently updating their GPS navigation units whether it's portable or factory navigation built in.
I agree about having new and current POIs, but what I don't like to see are all of the businesses in residential neighborhoods where the owners live. Eight years later it still gets me to any destination with no issues so I still have no plans to shell out any money for a map update. I just wish they would release 2015 maps in 2015 and 2016 maps in 2016 and two updates a year in a six month time period there aren't that many changes in roads ! I agree with you that Garmin has a much reduced number of customers for GPS devices than years ago.


More and more people are buying vehicles with built-in navigation systems anyway, and many vehicles come standard with navigation systems as part of the infotainment system.
I'm really surprised Garmin hasn't reduced the number of updates long ago to save money, especially with the hugely declining sales of stand-alone GPS devices in the last 5-6 years, which at one time accounted for 50% of their revenue.
I look for the number of updates to eventually drop to only 1 or 2 a year sometime soon as Garmin's automotive stand-alone GPS devices continue to be negatively affected by other substitutes (iphones, built-in systems, etc.). When you consider how many people own Garmin GPS and are on this or other forums you get the idea that WE are in the minority of GPS owners. I hate to say it, but I've slowly been transitioning over to Google Navigation on my Galaxy S4 rather than using my 1300.
Simply through its connected nature, Google navigation gets updated more quickly and it can compensate for traffic flow changes more effectively than the GPS can.
I don't see myself purchasing another standalone GPS device again, though I will continue to keep my 1300 maps up to date. Sorry for rambling, but does it make sense that talking about this makes the tech geek in me kind of sad?
I update my unit each update and buy a new garmin every year or two and sell my used one to someone else. Android "Maps" application is OK, when it works, if all you need is a single point to point navigator. In the age of instant map updates, reducing the number of updates to three per year is the beginning of the end for Garmin. You do realize that the majority of Garmin's profits come from other than their automotive GPS division? Pone function:Make phone call directly from the smart watch, including answering and dial-up. As you can see from the the Europe release date history, there is a precedent for skipping a map version (there was no CN EU 2010.40). We did a review, and saw that nearly all customers update their maps three times or less per year.
For those who are speculating, I just called Garmin support in Canada & was also told that from now on there will be 3 map updates per year. Now that you can see what is available all over the world items are not as rare as we had once thought. Give it a few more years and I'll bet seeing a GPS device suctioned-cupped to the inside of a windshield will be as odd as seeing a telescopic radio antenna on the fender of a car.


I have had construction going on near my house for two years now as the state tore down a 1960s-era viaduct to replace it with surface roads.
One, when you find cost of your map update and second when you go somewhere without your car.
He didn't want to say when the upcoming release would be but confirmed that Map Updater will still be functional along with Garmin Express. If they stay with 4 updates a year and Garmin goes to 3, the data on a new Garmin release could get to be 5 or more months behind the Here release. Part of the construction involves replacing the ramps to get to the highway, which affects my travel time as I have to head to the next exit down to get to the highway. Google navigation is naturally very basic, in that it doesn't have POI support like we're used to, and doesn't have some of the nice features Garmin has, like Junction View.
When it loses a good lock on the GPS signal, you're stuck without navigation, even if all you're doing is going to a new restaurant in unfamiliar territory. When I did the manual update, the LG Thrive just accessed 3G on its own to check for the update.
And navigation is hardly a good reason to take car instead airplane when you have 3 thousand or so miles to travel. It may be worth one of our two discoverers starting a new thread with a Subject that will attract attention and be easy for us to find in a search down the road. You can't read the screen in sunlight, controls for route information are poor while driving and outright dangerous on a motorcycle. With my Garmin, I can change screens while riding my Harley at 80mph, safely, without looking at the screen, then look for the desired route info in a quick glance.
Even if you can rent gps from car company I still prefer one that I know than whatever they bought in car rental place. I then asked, if this is "market", why I would pay $160 for something that comes "free" with standalone units.



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