Walking directions just got a big enhancement on the Apple Maps app. iPhone owners with compatible devices can see where they're going with augmented reality (AR). Maps delivers real-time directions superimposed directly over your iPhone's actual surroundings.
Apple Maps launched AR walking directions with iOS 15. These augmented reality features use the camera to capture your iPhone's surroundings, adding real-time directions onto the live image. Only recent iPhone models are compatible with AR waking directions.
The following iPhone models support AR walking directions in Apple Maps:
Yes, Apple Maps supports crowd-sourced hazards such as Accidents and Speed Checks. These features are already familiar to users of Waze and Google Maps.
To report police on the road, you can tell Siri "I see a speed check" or something similar. Otherwise the Report menu can be accessed by following these steps:
Waze has long been one of the most popular navigation apps for many drivers because it allows users to report accidents, hazards, police speed traps and other road conditions in real time, thereby sharing the information with other Wazers. In a pretty significant update with iOS 14.5, Apple Maps now lets its users do the same. It doesn't let you report to the same level of detail as Waze does, but you can report basic accidents, hazards and speed traps. Here's how: