Apple has continued rolling out its 3D Flyover support to Maps users — adding Perth (Australia), Saint-Tropez (France) and Cordova (Spain) to its list of available cities.
3D Flyover made its debut with iOS 6, based on the tech acquired by Apple from 3D mapping company C3 Technologies in 2011.
While it launched with just a handful of cities supported, Apple has continued to quietly add more in the background on a regular basis.
A full list of available cities can be seen here.Related
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