I doubt Apple would add this as it's sort of telling people how to break the law by giving you notice where the speed traps are. Waze has received plenty of criticism from police departments not just for the speed traps, but also for DUI checkpoints or giving criminals the ability to track police locations to assist them with whatever crimes they want to do. I think Apple would want to avoid the controversy.I love Waze for this. I hope Apple adds it eventually. Not a fan of the hidden piggies.
Don't know about buses/transit as I happen to live near very good transit and have never had the need to look something up before I go somewhere.How about buses? Very few people in US do not have a car. I think we have more cars than people actually.
What I do know about Google Maps and Apple Maps is this:
- Google Maps had all sorts of issues when they launched. People used to post regular Top 10 Google Maps errors as a joke.
- Apple Maps also had many issues when they launched.
- Google Maps has improved substantially since it launched.
- Apple Maps has improved substantially since it launched.
- Google Maps is still ahead of Apple Maps, but that lead varies depending on where you live.
- Google Maps had an 8 year head start on Apple Maps, but they are nowhere near being 8 years ahead now.
- Apple Maps has been improving at a rate faster than Google Maps did.
- In a few years Apple Maps will be as good as Google (or better in some areas like Look Around).
- Apple Maps will have achieved maturity (a fully fleshed out map system with all the features of Google Maps and accurate data for all markets) in less time than it took Google to achieve the same.