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Apple Maps will soon show speed limits and more detailed images

Apple Plans is about to roll out a major update for French users. Indeed, a long-awaited feature will make its appearance in the application: the display of speed limits. To this will be added much more detailed maps, especially at the level of famous monuments.

Justin O’Beirne Apple Plans has certainly never had the same success as Google Maps, its direct competitor, but it’s not because of a lack of trying to provide the best experience to its users. In addition to comparing what is not really comparable, since Maps is only aimed at Apple users, the application regularly receives updates that improve the content.

For example, in 2021 the latter will have the ability to show overloaded companies and warn of dangers related to the weather. Updates are very often inspired by the features of Google Maps, and the last one is no exception. However, we won’t blame him as expected. Indeed, Apple Maps is finally showing speed limits on the roads on which the user is located. A feature that has been present in the competition for several years now, which means that many drivers do not get carried away on the road. It should be noted, however, that since last year it is possible to report speed cameras and accidents.

Apple Maps will add more details to its maps

Moreover, this is not the only novelty that awaits users. Indeed, as cartographer Justin O’Beirne reports, Apple Maps will soon be available in more detail. This is especially noticeable on the part of famous monuments, which are no longer satisfied with vague shapes but show more reliefs and shadow effects. Other buildings are also entitled to the same treatment.

If Apple tries to get as close to reality as possible, it should be noted that the current interface will still remain on various parts of the application. You shouldn’t expect a complete overhaul of the interface. The update should arrive in France soon, along with New Zealand and Monaco. According to Justin O’Beirne this should be available within 47 days.

Stella Phillip

She works as an editor at Research Snipers.