Apple has redesigned its proprietary mapping and navigation app, Maps, with faster and more accurate navigation and comprehensive views of roads and points of interest, making it easier and more enjoyable to use. It has rolled out in the US in January 2020 and will roll out in Europe soon.
Apple Maps is deeply embedded into the Apple ecosystem, powering users on their iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch as well as in the car with Apple CarPlay. It is integrated into most popular apps where the location is of interest, including Photos, Messages, Calendar, Weather, and more. With Apple's MapKit and MapKit JS, Maps is also seamlessly integrated into many popular third-party apps.
Look Around offers interactive street-level exploration with high-resolution, 3D photography and smooth transitions through major cities, including New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.
With Collections, users can easily create and share lists of their favorite places or destinations that they want to visit.
One-Tap Navigation with Favorites
Users can quickly and easily launch navigation to places that they visit frequently with Favorites. Kept on the launch screen, Favorites makes it as easy as tap and go.
In major cities across the world, Maps offer real-time transit information that gives detailed schedules live departure and arrival times, and system connections to help users plan and adjust their journey on public transport.
Indoor Maps for large commercial points of interest such as airports and malls allows users to plan and explore their visits effortlessly. Maps indicates which floor the user is on and displays live information of the stores.
Flyover offers realistic, immersive 3D views of major metro areas. It is available in more than 350 cities.