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Maps makes it easier to get where you need to go with any of your Apple devices. And with Guides to help you find the best places to eat, shop and explore in selected cities, you’ll have more to do and experience when you get there.

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Getting around doesn’t
get much easier.

Plan your trip with real‑time public transport info.

Real-time travel information lets you see detailed timetables, live departure times, arrival times, the current location of the bus or train on your route, and system connections to help you plan your journey. It also includes important real‑time information like outages.2

Discover new ways
to explore new places.

Explore the best of where
you’re going with Guides.

Apple Maps editors have worked with trusted brands and partners to offer Guides that make recommendations for the best places to eat, shop, meet friends and explore in selected cities around the world.3 You can save Guides so you can easily get back to them later. And they automatically update when new places are added, so you always have the latest recommendations. You can also create your own personal Guides and share them with friends and family.

Some of the most recognised names in publishing have partnered with us to create Guides that present distinctive curated collections of must‑see city attractions. And there are more on the way.

Your everyday favourites. Just a tap away.

Whether it’s home, work, the gym or your kid’s school, the places you visit most often are displayed for quick, one‑tap navigation when you open Maps on your devices or on your dashboard with CarPlay.

Find your way around major airports and shopping centres.

With Indoor Maps, you can navigate more easily inside major airports and shopping centres around the world. Find out which restaurants are past security at the airport, where the nearest bathroom is or what floor your favourite store is on at the shopping centre.

Get a 3D preview of where
you’re going with Look Around.

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Explore selected cities with an interactive 3D experience that gives you a 360‑degree view of a place. And enjoy smooth and seamless transitions as you navigate your way around.

Proactive suggestions help you stay one step ahead.

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Maps displays a list of the places you’re most likely to go, so you can get directions to any of the locations with just a tap. If you have an upcoming flight, it gives you up‑to‑the‑moment information about terminals, gate locations, departure times and more.

Take in a bird’s‑eye view of
your
favourite cities with Flyover.

See selected major metro areas from the air with photorealistic, immersive 3D views. You can move your device through space to experience a city from above, or explore in high resolution as you zoom, pan, tilt and rotate around the city and its landmarks.4

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Wherever you go, your
location information always stays private.

Maps helps you find your way without compromising your privacy. Personalised alerts and suggestions, like letting you know when it’s time to leave for your next appointment, are created using data on your device. And the data that is sent to Maps while you use the app — such as search terms, navigation routing and traffic information — is associated with random identifiers instead of your Apple ID.

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Update: Learn more about Power Map

Today, with Office Service Pack 1, we’re announcing that moving forward Power Map will now be native to Excel. No longer a preview add-in, Power Map can now be found on the “Insert” tab in Excel for Office 365 ProPlus customers. Subscription customers will have access to all the new and upcoming features of Power Map, from new types of data visualizations on the Bing map, to new 3-D analysis features, to new ways of storytelling with your “tours”. Power Map allows you to quickly visualize geospatial data that you have already brought into Excel with Power Query and mashed-up with Power Pivot. Power Map also provides an immersive 3-D data exploration experience, supplementing the self-service visualization capabilities of Power View dashboards sharable through Power BI for Office 365.

Since its research prototype beginnings with WorldWide Telescope, to its public preview in April as the project codename “GeoFlow”, Power Map has continued to introduce the business intelligence community to new ways of interactively exploring their data geospatially in 3-D. For some, it is the initial delight that gets customer’s attention and allows engagement in broader discussions around BI. For others, it is core to what a customer will develop and deliver in a boardroom setting to their management, who might then become extremely engaged in the visualizations – standing up, walking and pointing out key data points in the visual – during the demonstration. What all these Power Map customers have in common is their desire to see their geospatial and temporal data, currently locked in rows and columns, “come to life” in the familiar environment of Excel and then share their insights and stories with others. We will continue to deliver on our mission: To transform data into fluid 3-D stories, unlocking new insights for everyone.

The general availability of Power Map is world-wide, with support for all 40 languages that Office supports, and fixes for many numerous usability-hindering bugs we have heard about since the Public Preview rename in September, such as improved abilities to map data across the globe. You can learn more about using Power Map and it’s availability on Office.com.

Let us know in the comments what types of data you are visualizing with Power Map and if there are any features we can add over the next few months that will make your tours come to life the map! Map on!