Google rolled out an update for its Maps app on iOS today on the developer side, updating its SDK to support Apple’s new 64-bit A7 processor along with a few other improvements. Version 1.6 of the software development kit is designed to help developers who use the Google Maps API to transition their apps over to iOS 7, and supports both the new 64-bit architecture and 32-bit chips simultaneously.
We just released version 1.6 of the Google Maps SDK for iOS with 64 bit support, marker opacity, and min/max zoom http://t.co/o0MrnJfxPE
— Google Maps API (@GoogleMapsAPI) November 19, 2013
The updated Google Maps SDK also adds enhanced marker opacity and the ability to restrict min/max zoom controls. There are about a dozen changes in total, including improvements to the My Location dot, fixed bugs and more. You can check out the full list and download the SDK by clicking on the source link below.