Apple adds three new countries to its improved Maps service


New and updated maps have been handed out to three new places following a period of testing by Apple Inc.

It has been reported by Justin O’Beirne that on July 7, 2022, Apple’s new map data was rolled out to the following countries: France, Monaco, and New Zealand.

Since the beginning of May, Apple has been testing its Maps in these three places. More than 70 million people will benefit from this latest extension of Apple Maps in France, Monaco, and New Zealand. This is the fifteenth expansion of the service.

Apple Maps, which had a difficult start but is now one of the greatest iPhone apps for travel and navigation, has received a slew of improvements, as previously reported. All of these countries now have more accurate maps, and famous sights like the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral now have better 3D features.

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At the time, Apple indicated that this big Maps revamp would be released in September of 2021 with iOS 15:

Apple Maps has its most significant update yet with iOS 15, which includes a city experience that gives rich details, improved driving routes, immersive walking directions shown in augmented reality, and much more. For the first time, users in London, Los Angeles, New York City, and San Francisco will be able to use the new map that Apple has been developing for years.

Apple Maps received a slew of new features at WWDC 2022 and iOS 16, including enhancements to multistep routing and transportation updates, such as the ability to add cards to your Wallet and see your balance in the Maps app.

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