With the situation that is currently experienced in practically the world, due to the serious pandemic of COVID-19 that is felt. Many measures have been taken by several companies to help the entire population that is currently closed at home.
That said, and since Apple could not escape the rule, it also made a point of improving its map service, an application that has fallen hard and ugly in use, due to the fact that people just do not walk on the street. Therefore, the apple giant decided to adapt, giving greater prominence to stores and services of first necessity, so that people really go out to get what they need, but that it is a super efficient way out without mistakes on the way.
Apple Maps will give priority to pharmacies, hospitals and Take Away services!
So, if you happen to be closed at home and looking for services like hospitals, pharmacies, supermarkets or even Take Away services. Just enter Apple Maps and you will see everything you are looking for and which ones are closest to your home.
Changes that turn out to be quite convenient, taking into account that the application highlights only the services that guarantee essential goods for anyone. Turning out to be easier to find what you need without having to move far from your home.
However, do not think that this is in fact an isolated effort, because other services like Google Maps have also been collaborating with the entire population. So, if you don't have an iPhone but you have Android, you can also enjoy these perks. This is clear, without taking unnecessary risks.
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In short, stay at home and go out only if necessary, such as shopping or buying medication. After all, the virus is highly transmissible and above all lethal. And as such, all the care is really little.
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