Behind the time is that appearance so disappointing that they had Apple’s own maps that came to replace those that Google provided to the system. If we look back we will remember serious failures in the maps like the bad location of some places or the null compatibility of the maps with their most illustrative tool, Flyover.
A bad start has been solved over time . Bugs in the maps have been fixed – partly thanks to the help of many users who reported the bugs – and many cities and monuments have been made compatible with the 3D visualization tool.
Last month, we were able to see how Apple supported its Flyover tool in three new cities. These were Perth in Australia, Saint-Tropez in France and Cordoba in our beloved Spain. On this occasion, it is not a city but a monument that we can already see on Apple’s 3D maps, and it is none other than Stonehenge .
By way of illustration, it is a megalithic monument dating from the 20th century BC and located in England. It has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO and is one of the strangest and most impressive places in the world, as well as one of the places that, almost obligatorily, we will have to visit sometime in our lives . For the moment, Cupertino’s people make it easy for you to have a look at it from the sofa at home.
As we said at the beginning, the beginning of this promising feature of the company’s mapping application was not at all spectacular , bordering on the ridiculous. With time, effort and dedication the list of compatible places goes in crescendo which gives seriousness, functionality and power to the Californian’s mapping solution. From here we invite you to visit all these places using Flyover, you will not regret it .