Apple may launch the look around function of Apple maps in more countries in the future, because Apple’s vehicles are found driving in Israel, New Zealand and Singapore to collect images used to generate street views. < / P > < p > the launch of look around in IOS 13 and later MacOS Big Sur is the response of Apple maps to the street view of Google maps. With photos taken by its apple maps fleet, scrollable views of street views can be accessed in some places, but it seems that more areas will soon be added to the roster. < / P > < p > the apple map image collection page has been updated, which lists some countries and regions, the type of image collection mechanism used, and the time of capture, including detailed information about the above three countries. The page was found by macrumors, the list has covered Israel, Singapore and New Zealand, and vehicles have been active in different places in each region. < / P > < p > in Israel, vehicles travel through central, Haifa, Jerusalem, north, South and Tel Aviv from October to March; in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington, New Zealand, the same period is used. The capture period of Singapore is short, from November to January, covering five areas, namely central, northeast, northwest, Southeast and southwest. < / P > < p > the acquisition schedule indicates that apple is collecting images for this feature, but not necessarily when Apple maps itself uses these images. Look around is likely to expand to cover these areas within a few months after data collection is complete. < / P > < p > in December, Apple launched the look around feature in Canada, providing the ability to view some cities including Calgary, Montreal and Toronto. Other recent extensions include four cities in the United States, as well as London, Edinburgh and Dublin in the United Kingdom. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone