Apple rebuilt is rebuilding its maps from scratch, so it is gradually "reopening" the new locations available on its platform. After a brief pause in the expansions, now users of New York may commemorate support for the renewed Maps, as announced by New york post.
The update began to be distributed last week, increasing geographic details and correcting "numerous process errors," according to the newspaper. As a result, users are likely to see an increase in details of buildings, roads, parks, parking lots, and pedestrian paths Central Park (Manhattan), for example, has gained new exhibits of trails, baseball fields, and more.
In recent months, the focus of expansion has been on the northeastern region of the United States, with the update already reaching the US capital, Washington, as well as Maryland, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and now New York.
Last June, during WWDC19, Apple said that its maps would be updated throughout the United States by the end of this year, followed by other countries in 2020.
The new feature Look around (Look Around)from iOS 13 also reached two major US metropolises: New York and Los Angeles. As we have informed, the option allows to view real roads and establishments, such as the Street view, Of google.
During the trial period of iOS 13 and the launch of the mobile operating system, the feature was still limited only to the San Francisco Bay Area, California, beyond Las Vegas and parts of Hawaii. However, just like updating their maps, Apple is working to get you to even more places.
Of course, the aforementioned expansions are part of a much larger (and well-calculated) plan of Apple, which aims to bring its map resources to as many locations as possible. To understand how the company has been doing this, the Justin O'Beirne meticulously documented Apple's map changes, comparing mapping data from the old version to the newer one.
As we said, updated maps from Ma will reach the entire United States by the end of this year, but there is still a long way to go. According to O'Beirne, the new maps currently cover 27.5% of the US; Almost half of the American population has access to them (47.2%) in 17 states.
In fact, the Maps app update brings countless details and even more notes from establishments and other places to nature has gained attention in this version, with the display of rivers and capillaries in various locations.
via MacRumors: 1, 2; Daring fireball