Apple Maps Users in the Netherlands Can Now Report Traffic Incidents
Starting with iOS 14.5, Apple Maps gained the ability for users in the United States to report incidents, such as accidents, speed checks, hazards, and more. Now, the feature has been expanded to Apple Maps users in the Netherlands.
According to iCultre, Apple has expanded the feature for Apple Maps users in the Netherlands, and this expansion follows the addition of other features for Apple Maps in the country such as speed limits.
When users report an incident along their route, Apple uses that information to help inform other users and ensure that it's taking accidents, hazards, and other events into account when calculating the best route. The feature is available on iPhones running iOS 14.5 and later.
Top Rated Comments
In reality, the police tend to hide speed traps and/or keep them secret, but that just proves that they're for revenue raising instead of safety.
Either way, forewarning is good for everyone.
Regarding the comment implying Steve wouldn't do this, I doubt Steve would have cared - he used to park his car in a handicap spot at Apple cause it was so convenient.
Also the point is to make road safer, most users will keep attention and drive slower.
PS: there is no mass surveillance in a has match, it not not photos scan.