Apple expands iOS Maps data coverage in and around France

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Date: Thursday, May 9th, 2013, 05:15
Category: iOS, News, Software

You can’t say Apple’s not trying.

Apple has steadily been making improvements to its Maps data following a controversial launch. Last year Apple pushed out major updates to its 3D Maps coverage, adding a number of new cities in the US, UK, France, and Canada, while just last March it quietly pushed out some big improvements to Maps data in Japan. Per igen.fr, Apple has just pushed out another big update to its 3D Flyover mode, this time bringing new content to more locations across France. Some of the new coverage areas include Paris, Versailles, Aulnay-sous-Bois, Disneyland Paris and to The Hay-les-Roses. Currently, Apple only lists support for 3D building coverage for Lyon, France.

If you’re in or around France and have seen an uptick in Maps data and coverage, please let us know in the comments.

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One Response to “Apple expands iOS Maps data coverage in and around France”

  1. I have contacted TomTom twice to get them to fix the gap on highway 50 in Quebec, which was completed several months ago. Apple seems to use their software. The gap in highway 50 can’t be closed as TomTom doesn’t seem to consider customer input. I have their software on my iPad. As an Apple shareholder, I have no idea how to get the highway completed on either the TomTom app or the Apple Maps software, but I would like this fixed by both companies. TomTom’s support staff indicated a software update was coming, and indeed it did, but did not take the change into account. Surely they could quickly have verified this input related to an important highway link between Ottawa and Montreal.
    In Canada.