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With the new Apple Maps iOS 11 you will not get lost looking at windows



Apple declared its intentions during the WWDC 2017 and as promised is due, the daredevil with iOS 11 on their iPhone and iPad are beginning to see the potential of the interior map function for Apple Maps malls and airports , that yes , In small doses since the tool will be fully developed for the official launch during the month of September.

This means that devices that have iOS 11 installed - currently in their second beta - can now watch Apple Maps for the Philadelphia International Airport and the San Jose Mineta International Airport. They also have maps for the Westfield Valley Fair shopping centers in San Jose, California and the Westfield San Francisco Center in San Francisco, California.


These interior maps will provide detailed information about the main and shopping centers around the world , so you ended up asking everyone to know where your terminal is terrified of the fear of losing your flight or losing you while you shop windows.

For airports you can use this tool by clicking on "look inside" or with a zoom to see the terminals, boarding gates, checkpoint, check-in area, luggage collection, information, restaurants, restrooms, parking and even stairs Mechanical and lifts.

So users can simply search for specific floors or type of food, drinks or products they want to purchase. If for example you click on a restaurant, you will see its detailed letter with photos and schedules.


In the case of shopping centers we can see the exact location of the shops, restaurants, bathrooms, accesses and also, locate what we look for categories like fashion, accessories, beauty, drinks and food ...

At the moment, it is planned that these interior maps of both commercial centers and airports will be offered for the main cities of the planet , and the first round of cities chosen are Amsterdam, Berlin, Boston, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York , Philadelphia, San Francisco, Tokyo, Toronto and Washington DC, but it is a matter of time to expand.

Remember that this feature will only be available for iOS 11, so we will have to wait until fall, when you see the light of the hand of the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and the brand new iPhone 8.

Via | Macrumors
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