Apple Maps: Has added a lot of new features to Dallas, including a “Detailed City Experience” map with beautiful 3D sites. The amazing “Look Around” feature lets you see the city from every angle.
With these improvements, Apple claims accuracy that can’t be beat, faster updates, and a lot of information about roads, sidewalks, and buildings. People who have iOS 15 and others will be able to use the new maps all day.
In September 2021, people in New York, Miami, Philadelphia, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Boston were able to use these new augmented reality features. Apple has big plans to bring this new experience to many more places in the US and around the world.
The “windshield view” that focuses on the driver is notable. Apple Maps now has a view from the street level, which helps cars plan for traffic and deal with complicated intersections.
The only 3D sites in the mostly automated Detailed City Experience are the AT&T Stadium, Dallas Museum of Art, Reunion Tower, and Sixth Floor Museum. Both Dallas and Houston share more than a dozen sites.
“Look Around” lets people explore the streets through 360-degree pictures taken from street level. This adds another layer of brilliance to the work. Apple Maps is the best way to get around a
city because it combines a realistic experience with precise walking directions.
In 2015, Apple started gathering data by driving millions of miles in special cars and using aerial Lidar technology. Faces and license plates are blurred by Apple to protect the privacy of drivers and
Apple will work with local transit agencies and government agencies to keep the map up-to-date. Users are encouraged to report findings to make a dynamic, community-driven mapping experience