Apple has actually added two new areas to its Maps Flyover feature in iOS, including Tokyo, Japan and Zion National Park in Utah. The brand-new additions to Flyover allow users to take a close 3D consider the areas, focusing on buildings and sites.
First presented with iOS 6 and based on modern technology gotten from the acquisition of C3 Technologies, Flyover is now readily available in 88 different places throughout the globe.
The new additions to Flyover come as Apple functions to continuously improve its Maps application. Recently, users have stated significant enhancements in Apple Maps information, with errors being repaired with fast turnaround and additional POI areas added in many places. Apple additionally made remarkable updates to Maps in China, Japan, and numerous various other countries back in March.
iOS 8 is anticipated to bring new features to Maps, though not at launch. Transportation directions and other Maps renovations are in the works, however may not be available to consumers until the initial considerable iOS 8 update, possibly iOS 8.1, in 2015. iOS 8 also consists of a brand-new “City Tours” Flyover attribute concealed within the code that permits customers check out a city’s significant points of passion through Flyover, yet it is not yet unlocked.