Apple Maps to give traffic information in Argentina - NewCydiaTweaks


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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Apple Maps to give traffic information in Argentina

The Apple Maps application improves increasingly with new possibilities for users . There are still those hesitant beginnings in which the errors contained by the application made many doubts about the future of the same. Having corrected those problems, to this day it is an indispensable app and it has saved us in more than one occasion for our displacements. And continues to grow, in this case, with improvements for users in Argentina, who receive traffic information . All the details below.

Apple Maps will give traffic information to its users in Argentina

Image: MacRumors
Apple Maps has recently been updated to provide users traffic conditions in real time in Argentina . As usual, congested areas will show orange or red lines along the roads to indicate that drivers may face delays. Argentina is the fourth Latin American country that has this function after Brazil, Chile and Mexico.
This is a substantial improvement in the operation of the application as well as the possibilities and the service you receive the user. A step forward in an open war against Google Maps. From Cupertino have put all their efforts into your system is fully developed and provide an enabling environment to make their users should not resort to third - party applications, they want us to operate with its ecosystem.

Many other countries already incorporate these functions and in the future will be added more

Apple Maps shows traffic conditions in more than 40 countries , including the US, UK, Canada, China, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Greece, France, Italy, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Denmark, Poland, Switzerland, Sweden and elsewhere. Obviously, l you have in mind Cupertino continue to grow and expand this feature to many more countries in the coming months .
What do you think about this new possibility offered by Apple Maps to its users in Argentina? Your opinion is important to us.

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