By default, Apple Maps provides a 2D perspective when you search for a location or get directions to a specific address. In the past, Apple Maps had a button in the upper-right corner that could display cities and landmarks in 3D. However, this button has largely disappeared in iOS 13. The feature is still available – it's just kind of hidden this time around.
If you are in Maps or Transit view in Apple Maps, press to zoom in until you see 2D outlines of the buildings. Now place two fingers side by side on the screen and pull them upwards. Your 2D view will be transformed into a 3D view showing different dimensions of houses, buildings and other structures. Simply swipe down with two fingers to exit the 3D view, or tap the "2D" button, which now displays in the upper right corner. Hidden 3D View of Apple Maps "width =" 222 "height =" 222 "style = "max-width: 532px; height: auto;" />