There have been a lot of interesting and subtle changes to Apple’s Maps app, which for our money is still the better choice than Google Maps — it’s more integrated and has a far cleaner UI and focused design than Google’s increasingly cluttered mess — and it’s only getting better in iOS 13.
The compass indicator is now hidden whenever the map is oriented north, which is the default orientation unless you’ve manually adjusted it. Home and Work are also now showing in favourites, which appears as a horizontal row of icons below any Siri suggestions. Below that is the new Collections section, then followed by the list of recently viewed places.
Location cards have also been polished up nicely, with bolder headers, numeric ratings, and bigger buttons, along with several other more subtle but overall nicely done UI changes.