Real-time traffic information in Apple Maps expanded to several new countries today, including Brunei, Kenya, Mozambique, Philippines, Nigeria, and Vietnam, according to Apple’s Feature Availability page.
The feature will allow Apple Maps users in those countries to see traffic congestion as depicted through orange or red lines on roads where there’s heavy traffic to contend with.
Details on traffic conditions are now available in Apple Maps in more than 70 countries around the world.
In addition to expanding traffic information to new countries, Apple also expanded the availability of indoor maps for malls to Arizona and updated the Feature Availability page to reflect the recent rollout of transit directions to Rome, Italy and Estonia.
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