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Apple develops its new map for three additional countries



Apple develops its new map for three additional countries

Apple has gradually been rolling out its new map to countries all over the world and today, individuals in three additional countries will actually want to partake in the much-improved map on their iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

As indicated by Apple Maps enthusiast Justin Obeirne, the organization has started rolling out its new map to three additional countries: Israel, Palestine, and Saudi Arabia.

Obeirne explicitly says that the organization is “publicly testing its next expansion,” so it’s unclear if the map is accessible for all clients in those countries presently or just select clients until further notice.

What’s on the new map?

Obeirne took a look at the changes that the new map is bringing to the new countries. In Israel, he took a look at the changes coming to the city of Jerusalem. As you can see below, you can see exactly how much extra detail is accompanying the update.

Taking a gander at Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, apparently, Apple is bringing no less than one of its extra map features alongside its new map. Notwithstanding the entirety of that sweet detail, as you can see below, the city is likewise seeking the three-dimensional treatment.

Obeirne noticed that the new features arriving in these three countries represent Apple’s sixteenth development of its new map. The organization initially announced its new map at WWDC in 2018 and launched it in California later that fall. It took until April of 2020 to roll the new map out to the other United States.

From that point forward, it extended the new map to various different countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.

Notwithstanding more detail, the new map likewise enables a host of features including Look Around, 3D cities, Flyover, and new ways of navigation including transit and cycling directions.

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