The basic functionality remains the same. Google Maps uses GPS to get a basic idea of where you are and then relies on the camera to get a much more accurate location with three-dimensional arrows that are above the places you need. Remarkably, however, Google does not want to rely too much on AR to move. Keep your phone in AR mode for a long time, and it will not only get you to lower the device, but it will eventually darken the screen to make a change. This is also because of safety (Google would prefer not to collide with people) as well as to save energy and battery data. without glass. However, it should help in situations where you are dealing with a complicated intersection or otherwise you do not have your exact camps. It can also save you at a time when GPS is less accurate, especially in large cities where tall buildings can be confused with satellite signals.