Following the Apple Maps fiasco, the newly-released iOS 6.1 reviews user problems submitted via a new option in the Maps app; likely to counteract the issues showing up embarrassingly on the Internet instead. This comes at a time when Apple Maps still cannot be relied on for consistently-accurate directions and
Sleep Cycle is a bio-alarm clock and sleep tracker which uses your iPhone's accelerometer to monitor your movements through the night and wake you when its alarm will be least disruptive to your natural sleep cycle.
A bio-alarm is like the opposite of a snooze button. So instead of the scattershot approach of setting your traditional alarm for 6AM and hitting snooze until you absolutely must get out of bed at 6:30, you'll set Sleep Cycle for 6:30AM and count on your iPhone to decide when during the preceding thirty minutes you are already most alert and close to wakefulness anyway. As a result, you only have to wake once (per day, sorry) at a closer-to-ideal time, helping you to start the morning feeling more refreshed and less groggy.