Apple Maps ‘Look Around’ and extended data on Italy extended


Apple is today expanding its enhanced card experience across Italy after running some tests with specific regions of the Italian peninsula earlier this year. In addition to improved data, Apple Maps in Italy also gets 3D buildings, better navigation and even Look Around – Apple’s version of Street View that was created with 3D images.

As reported by MacStories, the extension of the enhanced version of Apple Maps is now available in Italy, San Marino, Vatican City and Andorra. Apple’s senior vice president of services Eddy Cue mentioned how the company is striving to create its cards from the ground up with more accurate information.

Apple Maps is the best way to get around and navigate the world while protecting your privacy, and we’re excited to bring that experience to even more users with today’s launch.

We’ve created the map from the ground up, with better navigation, more detail, more accurate location information, and notable features only Apple can offer, including Look Around, Siri Natural Language Guidance, and more. Now it is easier than ever for users in Italy to find the places they love and to get to their destination even faster and easier.

These are the new features now available in Apple Maps for Italy:

  • Look around
  • More detailed road coverage, pedestrian data, and land cover
  • Improved navigation
  • 3D buildings
  • Siri Natural Language Guide
  • Speed ​​camera data
  • Lane guidance

In addition to Italy, Apple has also tested its improved cards in other European countries, including the UK, Ireland, Spain and Portugal.

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