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Users in Australia are reporting that Apple has updated its Apple Maps service to provide improved navigation and mapping details, though not everyone is impressed.
Apple has most recently been surveying Australia for Apple Maps from February 2021 through June 2021, and now the resulting data is being rolled out to users.
Not sure if this was turned on as of this morning's event, but it would appear that Apple Maps now has speed limits and widespread 3D buildings now in Australia. Yet to see if this is available via CarPlay. I'm certain this wasn't here before pic.twitter.com/jW7PMWoUAv— Matthew Jones (@merckxite) October 19, 2021
"New Apple Maps data for Australia just dropped," said another local Twitter user. "It's better but still a mess - a whole bunch of weird locality names below the suburb level, rocky headlines the same shading as beaches, the individual building shapes are all a bit off."