Users of the maps of London, Los Angeles, New York City, and San Francisco can see a rich view of 3D cities, enhanced navigation, sinking directions, and much more.
With the release of iOS 15, the biggest update in Apple Map history will get rich details with city experience, better driving directions, walking directions shown in the current reality, and much more. An extensive update of the new map that Apple has been building from the ground up over the years is now available in London, Los Angeles, New York and the Bay of San Francisco, and many more.
Explore cities with very detailed maps
Apple Maps introduces a new way to navigate cities with a visually stunning 3D map that provides an unprecedented description of neighborhoods, commercial districts, marinas, buildings, and more. Users can now see hundreds of custom-designed landmarks across the city, including new road labels and the San Francisco Coyote Tower, the Dodger Stadium in LA, the Statue of Liberty in New York City, and the Royal Albert Hall in London. To come.
The beautiful night mode with moonlight is active in the evening. City map experience is now available in London, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco, and later this year in Philadelphia, San Diego, and Washington DC.
Support for additional cities, including Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver, will be available next year.
Improved mobility provides a better driving experience
Maps now provide even more route directions to help drivers navigate through cities more easily and safely. Diversion lanes, intersections, bus, and taxi lanes, and intersections are clearly indicated for navigating busy lanes, with a three-dimensional view of the highway with intricate interchanges, making it easier to see oncoming traffic conditions or the best lane. Approaching the exit.
Route planning provides an estimated arrival time for future departures based on expected traffic. The new navigation will be available via Carplay later this year.
Never miss out with the powerful transition updates
Maps are now a big improvement for public transport drivers. Adjacent locations are displayed primarily at the top of the screen, so the best route is one second away, so users can embed their favorite lines on the map. Once a transit route is selected, the map will automatically notify the user when they need to disembark when they reach their final destination, and motorcyclists can even track it on the Apple Watch. These updates are based on existing transit features on the maps, including detailed transit schedules, live departure times, arrival times, current location on a bus or train, and system connections that help plan a trip.
Maps also include important real-time information such as crashes.
Immersive Walking Directions
Apple Maps with iOS 15 introduces step-by-step navigation in the present reality. Maps generate a very precise location for users to upgrade their iPhones to scan buildings in the area and provide detailed instructions that can be viewed in a real-world context.
Discover Great Places with Curated Guides
Maps make it easy to find amazing things to see and do in cities around the world through hosted guides made from a selection of reliable resources. In iOS 15, users can tap the navigation button on maps and access more than a thousand expert advisors, including recommendations from reputable brands such as Time Out, The Washington Post, National Park Foundation, Complex, and Infusion.
Used guides can be saved and updated automatically as new locations are added, so users always have the latest recommendations. Users can even create their own personal guides to their favorite places to share with friends and family.
A new interactive sphere
In iOS 15, Apple presents a rich and interactive 3D globe that introduces a new way of looking at the world of maps. The amazing texture and contours of the earth show the natural beauty of the earth. Users can see details of mountains, deserts, rainforests, oceans, and much more. Now even the most remote and valuable places on earth can be explored through the iPhone.
Maps and privacy
Apple is committed to keeping personal information secure and has built privacy at the core of its maps. With Maps, no sign-in is required. Personalized features such as suggesting departure times for the next appointment are created by the device’s intelligence. Any data collected by Maps while using the app is associated with a random identification, which is regularly replaced to prevent search terms, navigation routing, and traffic information, as well as search and location data stored on the server being linked to a unique user.
Article by – DCU Dev.@apple
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