Maybe this would get done a lot faster if they actually put in some effort.
This is so un-Appley. Is Maps a hobby akin to what Apple TV "was"?
Is it a full-time project? If so, why are there so few cities in Europe that have Apple Maps transit coverage?
Are they actually approaching transit companies?
Do they even try to figure out local and regional transit structures?
So many questions and so little effort.
Clearly, if there was a lot of things going on in the background that made for a big wave of cities being added they would have just waited, no? This way all they achieve is massive frustration.
What happened to that mantra of delivering when something's done and ready?
Still waiting for lane guidance...
It's not perfect as it is now, but I've had some occassions where Apple Maps did guide me on lanes, especially where there were two or more exit lanes on an Autobahn.
That was fairly handy.
Apple Maps still sucks at guiding you through detours, especially Autobahn detours or moved exits.
I took a 19km unnecessary detour once. That was fun!
I understand it's hard to keep up with detours on a city-level, but at least on highways where the impact is much greater and the detour lasts for long periods of time I'd expect them to have a team work on that.
Especially as they do collect a whole lot of fairly precise actual driving coordinates with Apple Maps.
When an exit gets used 0-3% or so (margin of error) and an otherwise unideal route is taken instead all of a sudden in the vast majority of cases, shouldn't there be a system going off having a Maps engineer check for traffic detours?
What exactly is Maps Management doing?