Germany is now live with the new Apple Maps rating system


Apple has begun to implement its own rating system in Apple Maps, but other options like Foursquare and Yelp are still available. reports that Apple has begun to offer its own thumb ratings via the Maps app, allowing individuals to submit ratings for destinations while also contributing images that will be viewable by others.

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Since the summer of last year, Apple has been allowing users in the United States and Canada to give thumbs-up and post their own images. However, the external rating systems that have always been integrated into Apple’s Maps app are still visible. In addition to Tripadvisor, Apple also works with Yelp and Foursquare here.

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A few weeks ago, Apple also launched its new maps in Germany, which improved the 3D mapping technology and added a new navigational experience that incorporates Siri Natural Language Guidance.

Although Yelp and Foursquare evaluations are still available on Apple Maps, it is highly likely that they will be withdrawn once Apple’s in-house system achieves a critical mass and the firm is sure that it has enough reviews to remove the existing capabilities.

When Apple unveils iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS 13 at WWDC22’s opening keynote on Monday, June 6, it is likely that Apple Maps will see some enhancements. Even though the specifics of what will be included in the next updates are unknown, we can expect them to be substantial. Although some claim that Apple’s mapping software isn’t the finest iPhone option at the moment, recent updates have made it a lot better.

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