This incudes Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and surrounding suburbs in Queensland, and the greater Perth are in Western Australia.
One video shows how AR can point out major landmarks in your area, while the other video gives an example of how people will be able to navigate by following lines.
Apple’s going big on augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) with iOS 11, and it appears those plans include the Apple Maps app. It was discovered this week that Maps locations which currently support “Flyover Tours” will now have a VR mode called just “Flyover” (minus the Tours). When accessed, the user sees the traditional Flyover view, but instead of the predefined tour video, the view responds to the user’s movement and the position of the iPhone. While currently providing a VR view, it appears that future plans call for AR too, as you’ll get a warning while using the app if there isn’t enough light for the camera. Check it out if you’re running the iOS 11 Beta.
Only a few airports and malls are currently supported, but Apple will be adding more as the public release of iOS 11 approaches.
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to look at a year’s worth of data comparing Google Maps and Apple Maps and share which is their favorite.