Apple’s Maps application on iOS 15 is being rolled out slowly but steadily, and it looks fantastic. This is exactly how a navigation system should appear!
Apple is putting forth significant effort to include 3D cityscapes in the Maps application. Not all cities are directly involved in this project. You may now make your way across a three-dimensional representation of London, which was previously unavailable. Last week, as part of the iOS 15 update, Apple made the experience available in three new cities: New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Washington, D.C., San Diego, and Philadelphia will be the first cities to offer the service before the end of the year. Apple will introduce 3D maps to Canada in the coming year, with locations in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.
iOS 15 has a Maps application.
You can see a lot more with this software than you could previously. The 3D maps display elevation details in each city, as well as additional road names and monuments such as the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, the Statue of Liberty in New York, and the Royal Albert Hall in London, among others. At twilight, the cards are illuminated by a moonlit glow created by the night mode. The app will also be featured in the upgraded navigation of Apple CarPlay in the near future.
What’s more, travellers who take public transportation will soon be able to know when it’s time to get off the bus or subway using the app, which will be convenient. The use of augmented reality also allows you to see detailed walking routes in real time, after scanning adjacent buildings to determine your location and orientation.
When compared to its predecessor, the Maps app makes significant advancements. At this time, it is unclear when the first Dutch cities will be included in the app. However, it would be fantastic to be able to view the Kuip or the canals of Amsterdam in 3D within your Maps application. Let’s get this party started.