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How To See 3D Aerial Views With Apple Maps

Although Apple has three-dimensional images of overpasses and map data in various parts of the world, the selection is still quite limited. The challenge is to find out which places support Flyover without looking and touching randomly. Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, and Lassen Volcanic National Park were featured in Apple’s Tweet and provided some great places to start, and many more can be found via a listing on Apple’s website.

It’s quite impressive to see a detailed aerial view of Yosemite or other national parks. There are two modes of operation when it comes to using hover. When a hover is loaded, it is in free-view mode, with either a swipe gesture that lets users move the viewpoint, or a pinch gesture that zooms in and out. By tilting and tilting an iPhone or iPad, it’s possible to look around like you’re flying above the ground or piloting a drone. Apple Plans.

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How To See 3D Aerial Views With Apple Maps

While Apple has three-dimensional Flyover imagery and map data for several locations around the world, the selection is still quite limited. The challenge is knowing which places support the Flyover feature without randomly searching and tapping. Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, and Lassen Volcanic National Park were featured in Apple’s Tweet, providing a few good locations to start with, and many more can be found via a list on Apple’s website.
It’s quite stunning to see a detailed aerial view of Yosemite or other National Parks. There are two modes of operation when it comes to using Flyover. When a Flyover loads, it’s in a free-look mode, with a drag gesture letting users move the viewpoint or a pinch gesture zooming in and out. By tilting and angling an iPhone or iPad it’s possible to look around as if hovering above the ground or flying a drone, a fun way to virtually visit interesting locations around the world with Apple Maps.
Source: Apple Support/Twitter, Apple

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How To See 3D Aerial Views With Apple Maps

While Apple has three-dimensional Flyover imagery and map data for several locations around the world, the selection is still quite limited. The challenge is knowing which places support the Flyover feature without randomly searching and tapping. Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, and Lassen Volcanic National Park were featured in Apple’s Tweet, providing a few good locations to start with, and many more can be found via a list on Apple’s website.
It’s quite stunning to see a detailed aerial view of Yosemite or other National Parks. There are two modes of operation when it comes to using Flyover. When a Flyover loads, it’s in a free-look mode, with a drag gesture letting users move the viewpoint or a pinch gesture zooming in and out. By tilting and angling an iPhone or iPad it’s possible to look around as if hovering above the ground or flying a drone, a fun way to virtually visit interesting locations around the world with Apple Maps.
Source: Apple Support/Twitter, Apple

#Aerial #Views #Apple #Maps


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