Yeah! It’s Called Unbelievably Stunning Apple 3D Maps & Imagery: Finally Apple Maps Gets Evident Improvements
Apple 3D Maps became most criticized feature of iOS 6 with the day of its release because it was too much buggy and inaccurate. Many tech companies tried their best to poke fun at low standard Apple Maps. On recognizing the issues related to Apple’s own 3D mapping solution, company’s CEO Tim Cook came with a letter to Apple fans in which he not only regretted on their 3D mapping solution but he also promised that Apple “will keep working non-stop” until the iOS 6 Maps app finally meets customers’ standards for quality. The company also adopted to hire former employees of G oogle Maps to fix the issue in no time.
It seems Apple efforts are now going to be matured as many Apple fans and iOS 6 users have just noticed that the 3D content in the Maps app, including both the satellite/aerial imagery and the standard maps now appear with obvious improvements, as reported by many members of Macrumor Forum.
Old (left) and new (right) Flyover images of the Statue of Liberty
One region that was among the first to be noticed was the New York City area, with a number of improvements including new 3D imagery of the Statue of Liberty being seen.
We’ve also heard from users who have experienced new Flyover imagery showing up in Honolulu, Hawaii and in the San Fernando Valley in the Los Angeles area. The changes are also affecting the standard vector-based maps as well, with users reporting new 3D buildings showing up in New York City and London.
Interestingly enough, the new imagery is not visible to all iOS 6 users at present. However, it is very encouraging for all Applers that finally the Apple 3D maps coming to the right track.
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