iOS 9.3 is coming in the Spring and will introduce Night Shift as well as a number of other new features.
Google Adds Street View to Web-Based Google Maps for Mobile Devices
Our own tests with Google Street View via the Google Maps web app were very straightforward. Just load up the maps.google.com web app in mobile Safari, tap on a location and a new bottom bar emerges with an icon of a person. Tap that and voila–you have Street View, which opens up in a new tab displaying the URL maps.gstatic.com.
Access to the feature appears to require that users allow the web-based Google Maps app to access their locations.
Google is reportedly working on its own native iOS maps app for submission to the App Store, but that app is not expected to be ready for several more months. In the meantime, Google appears to be beefing up its web-based maps to help bridge the gap while also enhancing functionality for other mobile devices.