Apple Maps Gains New Indoor Mall Maps and Flyover Locations

According to its Feature Availability page, Apple today introduced a number of new features for Apple Maps. Several new Flyover locations have been added, and available maps for indoor malls have expanded.

In some of these locations, the updates may have actually rolled out a few months ago, but Apple's updated list lets us know exactly where Maps feature are available. In other areas, the Flyover updates appear to be new and aren't showing up just yet.


New Flyover Locations


  • Aix-en-Provence, France
  • Aizuwakamatsu, Japan
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • Cannes, France
  • Charleston, SC
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Collioure, France
  • Foxboro, MA
  • Freeport, Bahamas
  • Granada, Spain
  • Gifu, Japan
  • Greensboro, NC
  • Hikone, Japan
  • Himeji, Japan
  • Infantes, Spain
  • Izumo, Japan
  • Izushi, Japan
  • Joshua Tree National Park
  • Kahului, HI
  • Kanazawa, Japan
  • Kapaa, HI
  • Key West, FL
  • Kitakyushu, Japan
  • Kōya, Japan
  • Lahaina, HI
  • Lake Tahoe, CA
  • Lens, France
  • Lihue, HI
  • Matsumoto, Japan
  • Monaco
  • Nara, Japan
  • Naha, Japan
  • Odawara, Japan
  • Padua, Italy
  • Preston, England
  • Queenstown, New Zealand
  • Reggio Di Calabria, Italy
  • Remoulins, France
  • Sakai, Japan
  • Siracusa, Italy
  • Takahashi, Japan
  • Takamatsu, Japan
  • Tōjinbō, Japan
  • Toledo, OH
  • Treviso, Italy
  • Tsu, Japan
  • Twelve Apostles
  • Valladolid, Spain
  • Wailua, HI
  • Yokkaichi, Japan
  • Zaragoza, Spain

Indoor Maps


Apple Maps indoor mapping feature has expanded to the Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina, and dozens of malls across the United States and other countries. We're not going to list them just because of the sheer number of new additions to the list, but mall maps have expanded in a major way since first being introduced in iOS 11.

You can see a full list of malls (and airports) that have indoor maps available in Apple Maps on Apple's Feature Availability page.

Speed Limits


In Canada, Apple has confirmed official support for speed limits within Apple Maps, a feature that Canadian users first began noticing a few months ago. Prior to the addition of Canada, speed limit information, a new iOS 12 feature, was only available in the UK and the United States.

Transit


Transit directions now also appear to be available across the states of Louisiana and Minnesota, with Apple updating previous listings that specified just Minneapolis and New Orleans.



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10 weeks ago
After tonight I am done with Apple Maps for quite some time. It sent me in completly the wrong direction, and tried to make me walk onto a freaking highway to get to my destination, while I had selected “walking directions”, not “driving directions”. So i had to walk back, for 15 minutes in complete darkness, to my starting point. I could download Google Maps in the meantime and as expected it gave me (not only two different options but also) the correct WALKING directions. So have fun with the flyover thing, for my own safety I will use nothing else but Google Maps from now on.
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11 weeks ago
I still don't understand why Kansas City, Missouri—the 30th largest metropolitan area in the United States with 2.1M people—still doesn't have 3D maps. Springfield, Missouri—the 115th largest metropolitan area in the United States has 3D maps. Kansas City does not. I don't get it. Raiders fans out in Cupertino?
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10 weeks ago

Where are the White House and the Pentagon? :p

Currently? In “time out” I believe. :D (Ok, that’s all from me before getting flagged for PRSI.)
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11 weeks ago
Apple has definitely gone after Hawaii lately. (saw that the mapping vehicles were over there in Nov / Dec. if memory serves.

Keep on chugging with Maps Apple.
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10 weeks ago
What is a “mall?”
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11 weeks ago
I just wish these features were much faster to roll out. Flyover is an iOS 6 feature which still has a lot of rolling out to do.
I do use Apple Maps by default but have to constantly switch to Google for cycling info and offline maps (when travelling). It's just not enough to announce something and give it very limited availability.
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