You've probably heard by now, but Ford has an all-electric Mustang out there in the wild. The Mustang Mach-E is a solid option for EV lovers, and now it's getting a bit more feature rich. Well, if you're an Apple Maps and CarPlay user, too, that is.
Apple and Google use specialized data-collection vehicles to collect data for their maps service. In places where a vehicle can't enter, they employ people with backpack systems to collect these data. Apple mentions that it "will censor faces and license plates on images that are published in Look Around."
However, if you search for your house in Google or Apple Maps and wish it to be blurred, you can request them to do so. Or, maybe these mapping services have accidentally not blurred your or a family member's face, car's license plate, or other sensitive data. Whatever the reason, you can ask Google and Apple to censor your details. Let's show you how.
Apple Maps now shows 3D landmarks in Philadelphia, allowing iPhone, iPad and Mac users to view custom 3D objects when exploring such locations as One Liberty Place.
The newest Apple Maps features, such as improved navigation, Look Around, Share ETA, richer maps and other perks, are now available to customers in Australia.
Folks in Germany can now take advantage of Apple Maps incident reporting to report accidents and various road hazards following the feature's launch in the US and China.
An improved Apple Maps experience is now available in Australia following recent launches of richer and enhanced mapping and navigation data in Andorra, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
The new Apple Maps 3D views are now live for London, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, with additional markets gaining support for this feature in 2021 and in 2022.
For the most part, Apple Maps relies on data collected by the company's specialized vehicles that are equipped with camera equipment. However, to cover the places where cars can't get to, that's where folks on foot with specialized backpacks come in. And they're on the move in several Canadian cities.
As the United States National Park Service turns 105 years old, Apple has determined now is the right time to celebrate. The company today has announced a new initiative that will see many of its services promoting the national parks throughout the United States. And that includes the Apple Pay collaboration that we reported on earlier this week.
Native Apple Maps ratings and photos are now being launched in the United States and elsewhere after the features initially debuted in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 back in August 2020.
Apple's Maps app can be a nice tool that can help you find local points of interest in your area. If you're in a new region, or are planning to move, you can use the Maps app to your advantage.
Traffic incident reporting on Apple Maps has now gone live in the United States after first launching in the United States and mainland China in April 2021.