Apple rolls out updated Apple Maps app to users in Finland, Norway, and Sweden
Apple has rolled out its updates Apple Maps experience to users in Finland, Norway, and Sweden, bringing three-dimensional buildings, enhanced navigation, and more.
Like it has done in London, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., Apple has created highly-detailed 3D models of landmarks across Finland, Norway, and Sweden.
Maps now features improved road details to help drivers navigate more easily. Turn lanes, medians, bus and taxi lanes, and crosswalks are clearly displayed for navigating intersections. When approaching overlapping complex interchanges, Maps shows a road-level view, making it easier to see upcoming traffic conditions or the best lane for an approaching exit.
Drivers with certain electric cars can also plan their ride in Maps with suitable charging points, taking into account differences in altitude and other factors along the route.
Apple first started rolling out its all-new Apple Maps experience in 2018 and has since slowly been adding new counties and regions.