Apple Maps with updated terrain data expands to Texas, Louisiana, and Southern Mississippi

Apple is improving Apple Maps, both in terrain detail and search results, and the updated service is rolling out to three new markets in the United States.

As first noted on Friday by MacRumors, Apple has expanded its updated Maps information to three more markets: Texas, Louisiana, and Southern Mississippi. With the new information, folks in these regions that use Apple Maps will start to see more terrain detail, including trees, more building layouts, sports fields, grass, and more. Apple also updated search parameters, making results more relevant.

The updated Apple Maps experience is available on iPhone, iPad, and on the Mac.

News about the updated, rebuilt Apple Maps first surfaced in June of 2018. Since then, the new experience launched in Northern California, expanded to Southern California, and broadened to Arizona as well.

According to Apple, the new Apple Maps experience will be available across all of the United States before the end of 2019. After that, Apple plans on rolling out the updated experience to other countries throughout 2020.