/Black Lives Matter Street in Washington is now visible on Apple Maps

Black Lives Matter Street in Washington is now visible on Apple Maps

Sincerely yours, Apple Maps has already updated satellite imagery in Washington to show a trace of C-Life material taken on the street near the White House.

If you want to see it for yourself in the app, here is a link …

The words were taken to the streets just a day ago, but Apple Maps quickly updated its satellite data to show the world updated (usually, satellite images seen in Apple Maps or Google Maps programs take several years).

Instead of shooting a whole new aerial photography so soon, it seems that Apple has dominated the creation of existing Black Lives Matter aerial images.

The street message was confirmed by the mayor of DC, who opposed the military response to the recent protests.

Street labels have also been updated to read “Living Material Plasma”. Local data on Google Maps has been updated, but its satellite imagery does not currently show the newly drawn road.

Apple supports peaceful protest over the death of Cave Floyd. This week, Tim Cook wrote a public letter calling Floyd’s death a senseless murder. The company is also involved in efforts to raise awareness about racism, such as Apple Music’s Blackout Tuesday, offering to select a free film about racial injustice on Apple TV.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. These stores have now become artists for making murals in memory of Floyd and others.

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