Guess! Flyover gains 23 new locations, but Brazil remains off the list

Guess! Flyover gains 23 new locations, but Brazil remains off the list

Turns and moves new cities around the globe gain support for Flyover (3D navigation on the iOS and OS X Maps application). In the last wave, for example, 20 new cities entered the cake, leading to a total number of 240.

Today, another 23 became part of the list:

  • Ajaccio (France)
  • Archon (France)
  • Bastia (France)
  • Besanon (France)
  • Blackpool (England)
  • Bonifacio (France)
  • Cabo San Lucas (Mexico)
  • Calvi (France)
  • Corte (France)
  • A Coruña (Spain)
  • Ghent (Belgium)
  • Guaymas (Mexico)
  • Messina (Italy)
  • Mobile (Alabama, United States)
  • Newcastle (Australia)
  • Nottingham (England)
  • Porto-Vecchio (France)
  • Propriano (France)
  • Raleigh (North Carolina, United States)
  • Salamanca (Spain)
  • San Sebastin (Spain)
  • Taichung (Taiwan)
  • Wichita (Kansas, United States)

In addition to Flyover, Apple has also expanded the feature Traffic (traffic information on their maps) this is available in Brazil for two new locations: Singapore and Malaysia. J the resource Public Transport arrived in Austin (Texas capital), just in time for the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival, which will take place between March 11th and 20th.

The complete list with the availability of iOS features by countries can be seen on this page (it usually takes a few days to update).

(via MacRumors: 1, 2; AppleInsider)