The latest version of the Humminbirds GPS app (iOS 9.0) has a bug in the app, where you can only track a single location.
The bug was discovered in the iOS version of a program that automatically assigns GPS coordinates to locations, which are automatically sent to the smartphone app.
In iOS 9, the app automatically assigned GPS coordinates that you didn’t explicitly request, which is why it could only display a single GPS point on your screen.
The app also only provided GPS coordinates for locations that you had visited previously.
The app automatically assumed that you were near your current location, which was incorrect.
This was a bug that we found in iOS 9.
This was a problem that we were not aware of and we were unaware that we had in our app.
This caused a very minor performance hit.
This is not a bug, but a feature that was not meant to be implemented and it caused a lot of problems.
The issue was not fixed in iOS 10, but it is a small fix that should fix the issue.
This is not the first bug with GPS.
In September 2016, Apple fixed a bug with the app that allowed users to access GPS data that was stored on the iPhone but that was no longer available.
The iOS 10 bug fixes are a little less severe than those that Apple fixed with iOS 9 but are still very bad.