RelatedAs the timeline goes since 2007 with the launch of iPhones, Apple provided the Maps via data from Google. Then, in 2012, Google Maps was dropped from the iPhones, and Apple came up with the app by using data from TomTom and other sources. The app readily went through poor feedback from the users. Apple over the past few years is working on a custom maps infrastructure, where the data is being sourced from its network of 1 billion+ iPhones and the vans touring the world. The new Maps will offer on-the-ground data and higher resolution satellite images, thanks to Apple’s two teams: one consisting of satellite imagery experts, and another drawing data from drones. Apple said that the rollout of the revived mapping app will begin in the coming fall with new maps of Northern California.
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