Apple Maps may have had a rocky start, but the service has steadied the ship and is now slowly expanding its functions across the world. This is notable because traffic data for Malaysia and Singapore has been added to Apple Maps in a recent update.
Traffic data is presented in a manner that users should be familiar with if they already use Google Maps or Waze. Orange and red dotted lines both indicate places where traffic has built up and road users should be expecting delays. Nothing particularly new or unusual about it at this point.
Interestingly, Apple has not updated its Apple Maps features page to include the fact Malaysia or Singapore traffic data has been added to the app. Traffic data for Apple Maps is currently available in over 30 countries across the world, although Malaysia and Singapore are the first two countries in Southeast Asia to receive the feature.