Apple Maps gains Look Around support in Atlanta, Georgia

Apple introduced the Look Around feature with the release of iOS 13 in Apple Maps. Since then, it has slowly expanded to new cities all across the globe.

Today, as noted first by Justin O’Beirne on his site dedicated to Apple Maps, the Look Around feature is now live in the Atlanta, Georgia area. The last time Apple Maps expanded support for Look Around was back in February of this year, welcoming San Diego, California, and Portland, Oregon to the mix.

With Look Around, Apple Maps users can get a street-level view of a specific location. It’s basically Apple’s answer to Google Maps’ popular Street View.

To use Look Around, you simply need to tap the option in Apple Maps while looking at the details of that location. If the area supports Look Around, you’ll see it in the images section. It’s accented by an icon of binoculars.

Resource: How to use Look Around in Maps

As noted in the original report, this is Apple’s 14th expansion for the Look Around feature. You can also check Apple’s dedicated site to see if your area offers support for the feature. Some areas include Boston, Massachusetts; Fukuoka, Japan; Oahu, Hawai’i; London, United Kingdom; Denver, Colorado; and more.

How often do you use Look Around in Apple Maps?