Apple has finally decided to add an accident, hazard, and speedup check features to the application of Apple Maps. Ever since Waze has launched its user-reporting feature, popular apps like Google Maps have also taken the inspiration to follow in the same footsteps. According to the million-dollar company, an iOS version of only 14.5 beta can avail this feature as Apple has recently launched it for the maps.
Upon comparison, Apple uses incredibly similar icons to represent each of these features. To report an accident, hazard including roadblocks and speedup check, a user simply has to hit the Report button in the Apple maps, select the type, and mention the incident. For convenience, the user can also use voice through speaking to Siri. While Google Maps is stocked with a few other features as well, Apple has only launched its three features as of now.