A significant expansion of the updated and rebuilt Apple Maps experience to new customers across Europe is now being tested by Apple. Apple is currently testing the new Apple Maps design in six additional Central European nations as a result of this expansion.
As usual, cartographer and Apple Maps expert Justin O’Beirne was the one to notice this expansion first. According to O’Beirne, the new Apple Maps interface is now undergoing open testing in the following nations:
After iOS 12’s first release in 2018, Apple has increased the accessibility of its new Apple Maps data eighteen times. Upon the release of iOS 12 in 2018, the updated and rebuilt Apple Maps experience debuted in a few regions of the United States. In June 2020, Apple declared that the US rollout was complete, and shortly thereafter, an extension to Europe began.
The new Apple Maps design, according to Apple, offers customers improved detail, better road coverage, and more in addition to faster and more accurate navigation. O’Beirne anticipates that the new and rebuilt Apple Maps experience will formally launch in these six Central European nations some time next month based on previous release schedules.