What you need to know
- Apple Maps users in the Netherlands can now report accidents in-app.
- The feature is available from today and lets users report accidents, hazards, speed control, and more.
As reported by iCulture:
The feature works with iOS 14.5 and later, and is rolling out from today. Not only can users report accidents in-app, they can also do it via Siri. Siri supports voice commands for reporting accidents, hazards, and speed controls, as well as crashes. Users can also report whether previously reported incidents have now been resolved.
Apple first added accident reporting to iOS 14 in Maps earlier this year. From that report:
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