In September 2018, Apple revamped the Apple Maps app with new features like Look Around and updated that experience even further on iOS 15 by introducing detailed navigation, 3D landmarks, walking directions in AR, and much more.
Now, the tech giant has launched the immersive Apple Maps experience in three new countries: Finland, Sweden, and Norway.
Apple Maps app offers new ways to navigate and explore three new countries
Now, iOS users in Finland, Sweden, and Norway can use Apple Maps to access new ways to navigate and explore places.
- Natural language guidance from Siri like “Turn left at the next traffic light”
- Lane guidance to avoid wrong turns and navigation errors.
- Speed cameras notifications when drivers are approaching speed cameras and speed checks on the road.
- Driving routes with up to 15 stops.
- Share estimated time of arrival with family, friends, and colleagues.
- Report accidents, hazards or speed checks on the road via Siri.
- View charging stops for electric cars along a route.
- Transit updates
- Look Around feature offers interactive, high-resolution 3D images at street level
- Step-by-step walking directions in augmented reality
- 3D Cities
- Add Favorite destinations
- Flyover displays immersive 3D views of selected metropolitan areas
- Indoor Maps for airports and shopping centers
Eddy Cue, Senior Vice President of Services at Apple said:
“Maps are the best way to explore and navigate the world while protecting your privacy. We’re excited to offer even more users this experience with the new features we’re launching today. Maps have been redesigned from the ground up with better navigation, greater detail and more accurate location information. It also includes great features that only Apple can offer, including Look Around and Natural Language Guidance. Now it’s easier than ever to find exciting places and get where you want to go.”