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iOS 6 includes new Maps application

by Julia
June 11, 2012 at 3:50 pm

As we previously reported, Apple’s new operating system has brought a new Maps app.

The application, which Apple says was “built from the ground up,” is in 3D mode and features turn-by-turn navigation.

The app also displays traffic information, incident reports and can if it finds that a faster route is available, it can announce users who can reroute their trip.

With the new Maps app, information can be displayed even in LockScreen and updated in real time.

The FlyOver function offers 3D models of cities from around the world, where users can zoom in on the map and see the real-life picture of that location.

The built in turn-by-turn navigation is providing users with the ability to go multiple routes.

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