I found out that Apple has a process for expediting the app review and release process. This can only be used in extraordinary circumstances, but I tried my luck as I thought the Streetcar issues and iOS6 bugs were quite bad. They agreed - so this release was reviewed in about 17 hours (as opposed to a week). This may be the only time I'm allowed to do this.
Here is what version 6.5 contains:
- Full support for New Portland Streetcar Central Loop Line, including Streetcar map. (The original data all the developers were given was wrong so I had to do a quick update to make it work).
- iOS6: Fixed crash when GPS finds no nearby stops (a hidden issue that only showed up on iOS6).
- iOS6: Fixed calendaring (users have to give permission to use the calendar)
- iOS6: Fixed orientation issues. (Here's what happened: Apple changed the way that apps detect that the device has be re-oriented in iOS6, and I didn't notice).