Apple has updated the maps data for its iOS Maps app, adding flyover support for a large area in California, including the ever popular family vacation spot Disneyland, located in Anaheim.
First spotted by AppleInsider reader Mike M., the additions show Apple is actively updating its mapping assets after the much maligned service was introduced in September of last year. The company has been continually hiring new recruits to address issues with the service, including erroneous location data and 3D rendering problems.
The new data includes San Bernardino, Riverside, Rancho Cucamonga (my personal favorite of any city name in California), Ontario and Moreno Valley, among other areas. With the additions, Maps offers nearly unbroken flyover coverage of cities from San Bernardino to the Pacific Ocean.
Apple added flyover for Paris, France earlier this month, following an update in March that added the feature to 15 major metropolitan cities.