Steeper pathways on the route for electric bikes could be included in Apple Maps’ optimization for e-bikes.
According to reports, Apple Maps will offer electric bike-friendly routes.Apple Maps has just received a number of new features from the American tech giant.A few months ago, Apple unveiled its more thorough, three-dimensional city maps function in Canada, which was included with iOS 15.Beginning in March, Crimea will appear as part of Ukraine in the Apple Maps and Weather applications.In order to help people identify local businesses, Apple Maps introduced the Nearby feature in India in 2020.
A recent tweet from iOS software developer Steve Moser (via Tom’s Guide) claims that Apple Maps will soon offer e-bike-optimized routes.A feature that optimises routes and ETAs (Estimated Time of Arrival) for users of e-bikes has been discovered by Moser with a few lines of code.The fact that the feature is now unavailable in Apple Maps suggests that it has not yet been made accessible in the app.
According to reports, the route’s optimisation component could feature steeper pathways for electric bikes.According to reports, Apple Maps will have this advantage over Google Maps.
Apple Maps and Weather apps began displaying Crimea as a part of Ukraine, as was previously indicated.
The modification is relevant to all users outside of Russia.When seen from countries other than Russia, Apple had not previously identified Crimea as a component of any other nation.However, the corporation continues to represent the Black Sea peninsula as viewed from within Russia.
Along with iOS 15, Apple also introduced its more thorough, three-dimensional city maps function in Canada in March.This will provide better driving navigation, transit directions, and an augmented reality walking experience, claims the tech giant.The new city experience would be offered in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver, the company announced.
In India, Apple Maps launched the Nearby function in 2020, enabling users to identify nearby businesses like as restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, and more.