If you like the "Street View" feature on Google Maps, you'll love "Look Around" in the iOS 13 Apple Maps. Overall, Look Around has more details than Street View and the animations are super fluid as you navigate through streets and pedestrian streets. Although Look Around is not yet available in every city, it works in the same way, regardless of which iPhone you use.
Last year, Apple sent vehicles and belted people With high-resolution cameras and LiDAR systems, counties in the US can photograph and map as much detail as possible. This will continue until every major city can access their larger maps and look around views. All the places that have been mapped have not necessarily made it to Apple Maps on your iPhone yet. Therefore, at the moment only a small part of the US cities can be searched with Look Around in haunting 3D street views.
Using Look For a quick visual reference to ground-level detail, you can see that the images are high-resolution and interactive. So you can move or pan seamlessly on a road to get 360-degree views of the area. Honestly, I find that "seamless" is the most impressive part of Look Around ̵
1; a better version of Apple's flyover feature – as it is truly seamless, unlike Street View's sudden "jumps" in space They can be visually confused and lost.  Finding a Look Around Site
If you navigate to a location on the map by clicking, if you zoom in so far that some street names are clearly visible, a The binoculars icon appears at the top right. That's the look around icon. However, it only appears in supported places.
When you enter a location and select it from the list, the info card for the area is displayed, which is opened with Flyover and Directions buttons as well as photos of the place. If the photo area is a supported area, the first image will show a preview of the bottom view with a "look around" button next to the binoculars.