Apple today updated its iOS 9 feature availability page to note the expansion of several iOS features to new countries.
Apple's Flyover feature for Apple Maps has expanded to encompass Akron, Ohio and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, allowing Maps users to see photorealistic 3D views of the areas, with tools for zooming, panning, and rotating to get a closer look at notable landmarks and points of interest.
In Thailand, Apple Maps users now have access to traffic information, bringing the total number of countries with traffic data available to 34.
Finally, Spotlight Suggestions have expanded to Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, making the feature available in 19 countries. Spotlight Suggestions show suggestions from the Internet, iTunes, the App Store, Maps, and more when conducting a spotlight search on an iPhone or Mac.
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Disagree with you about Google though. I use Apple Maps because I value my privacy: I don't want a company who sells my information to know the places I travel. Apple Maps has also improved in my city, and as of iOS 9 it will also warn me of traffic ahead and try to reroute me. It still makes mistakes and doesn't always offer the most optimal route, but I've seen continual improvement since it launched.