Apple today officially released its internal card details in the UK and Ireland after completing its rollout in the US in 2019. The new card is now being introduced and should be available to all customers later that evening.
The new maps offer more detailed cartography and building shapes, more precise navigation and Google Street View-like “look around” views in selected cities.
With its revamped Apple Maps initiatives, Apple uses its own map data from satellite imagery as well as Apple Maps vehicles. When the new Maps project kicked off in the US last year, Apple said that providing the map data in-house would enable the company to refine the map and respond to changes in the real world.
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Apple today announced that Look Around is available in three cities in the UK and Ireland: London, Edinburgh and Dublin. For example, if you’re using Apple Maps on a device with iOS 13 or later, you should see the Look Around Binoculars icon when exploring London. Tap the binoculars to see a 360-degree 3D view of the current area under your placemarker.
The company promised that “many more places” will look around in the future.
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