More than a decade after Google Street View revealed, Apple has released its own 360-degree 3D maps. In the typical Apple way, it offers a superior user experience compared to scrolling through traditional map views. Here is how you can explore cities using Apple Maps.
Open the "Maps" app on your iPhone or iPad with iOS 1
Tap the "Search" bar in the menu and search for a popular location or city.
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 Look Around supports many popular cities and destinations in the US, such as Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City. Apple will continue to add more cities around the world when it's done capturing them.
Swipe up from the menu that displays the location to check if a city or location supports Look Around. You will find an "Look around" icon.
You may also see an "Binocular" icon in the upper right corner of the screen when browsing Maps. Tap that icon to open the Look Around view.
Once you open the Look Around view, you can use two modes. One is a heads-up street view mode that shows both the street scene and the map. This is the best part of using look around.
In the map view you can see the & # 39; Binoculars & # 39; move through the streets and view the update of the street view live. You can then tap the "Expand" button to go to full screen with the street view.
Here you can swipe to pan and use the pinch gesture to zoom in and out. You can also tap anywhere on your screen to quickly navigate to it. Tap "Done" to exit the Look Around view.
Now that you know how to use the Look Around function, look where curiosity takes you. You can use look around to make virtual tours of cities and places of interest. And if you come across something interesting, add it as a favorite on Apple Maps.
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