Earlier this year, a few eagle-eyed folks in the East Bay region in Northern California noticed unmarked minivans with what looked like an array of cameras and sensors sitting on top of it. It turns out that the vehicles were registered to Apple, which sparked a bunch of speculation that the Cupertino firm was deploying its own fleet of mapping vehicles to compete with Google Street View. Well, it turns out that could very well be the case. In a photo captured by our friends over at Autoblog, a Dodge Caravan with the same sort of camera assembly was spotted with a decal that clearly states "Apple Maps" and "maps.apple.com" on the back window. It's not clear yet whether these minivans will be the self-driving kind (as was also speculated) or if it'll lead to an eventual Apple Car, but it does look like Apple Maps could get a lot better in the future. We've reached out to Apple for confirmation and will report if we hear back.