Apple Maps Update Allows Virtual Access to Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas

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Get ready for an immersive Super Bowl experience, even if you’re not in Las Vegas for the big game. Apple Maps has just been updated so that you can virtually explore Allegiant Stadium, the site of Super Bowl LVIII. With just a few taps on your Apple device, you can zoom in on the stadium and take a virtual look around.

One interesting detail to note is that the field in the image is emblazoned with the Apple Music logo. This is because Apple Music is the sponsor of this year’s halftime show, which will feature the sensational Usher.

In addition, several top Apple executives, including Tim Cook, Eddy Cue, Greg Joswiak, and Deirdre O’Brien, are in Las Vegas for the Super Bowl. They even took time to connect with team members at the company’s Apple Summerlin location.

The updated Apple Maps feature not only allows you to explore the stadium but also gives you a closer look at the Apple Music-sponsored halftime show. It’s an exciting way for Apple users to get in on the Super Bowl action, even from a distance. So, grab your Apple device and virtually step inside the stadium to join in the fun of Super Bowl LVIII.

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