Apple said its new Apple Maps app, launched last year, will expand to the UK and Ireland today, according tomedia reports. The latest Apple Maps app provides faster, more accurate navigation and richer, more detailed views of roads, buildings, parks, airports, shopping centers, and more to give users an unprecedented navigation experience.
Eddy Cue, apple’s vice president of services, said Apple was excited to expand the new experience in an article that will be launched in the UK and Ireland.
With the launch of the Update Maps app, Apple introduced the Look Around feature in the UK and Ireland, which allows users in those countries to view the surrounding streets – a bit like Google Street View. Apple initially launched Look Around in a limited number of anomalies, but has since expanded its availability. If you look at the UK and Ireland, Apple is currently launching the feature in London, Edinburgh and Dublin, and is bound to be rolled out to more regions in the future.
Guides, for its part, offers a list of attractions to explore in a city as a feature introduced in iOS 14.
Apple is understood to have started testing the new app in the UK and Ireland in August after launching a new map in the US in January.