Apple now added several new Fly-Over places on iOS and Apple Macintosh to Apple Maps, emphasizing attributes and landmarks in a number of nations including Spain, Italy, Germany, and France, in Europe. Apple has additionally added two new places in Japan and one place in Mexico.

For those new to the Fly Over attribute in Maps, it lets consumers view photorealistic 3D movies of choose places, that they are able to zoom, pan, and rotate right through to to get a close-up look at famous landmarks and points of interest. A few of the places recorded may happen to be formerly accessible as Fly-Over destinations, but were only formally added to Apple’s official record of Flyover places.

The complete set of new Flyover accessions:

– Angers, France

– Carcassonne, France

– Florence, Italy

– Genoa, Italy

– Pavia, Italy

– Stuttgart, Germany

– Mannheim, Germany

– Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

– Mexicali, Mexico

– Murcia, Spain

– Nagasaki, Japan

– Shizouka, Japan

Flyover was introduced along with iOS 6 in the year 2012, and on the span of the past 36 months, Apple continues to be steadily incorporating new Fly-Over places to the Maps app. As of February, some Flyover places are updated with realtime animated landmarks, creating the Fly-Over encounter more immersive, and lots of Flyover places have a added City Tour attribute that walks customers through distinct landmarks in every single city.

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