Apple has added Germany and Singapore to the list of countries where its redesigned Apple Maps app can be used. More detailed roads, improved navigation, and three-dimensional landmarks are now available in these territories as a result of this expansion of the platform.
The revamped app was made available to both states after 48 days of public testing, making them the 12th and 13th countries to receive Apple’s new map data. Improved views of parks, buildings, shopping malls, and airports, as well as the Look Around technology, are among the other features that users in these parts of the world can now take advantage of.
Tiong Bahru Market and Gardens by the Bay are just two of the Singapore landmarks that can be explored in three dimensions by app users. The Reichstag building and the Berlin TV Tower can all be seen in virtual reality thanks to the same technology used in Germany.
In addition to the new maps, Siri’s navigational guidance has been improved, and users can now share their estimated arrival time with family and friends. The app can also be used to report accidents, and those running iOS 15 will have an easier time navigating public transportation with devices such as the iPhone 13 and the Apple Watch Series 7.