The iPhone’s Maps app has certainly had a long, bumpy ride up until now. Back when the iPhone first came out, it was powered exclusively by Google Maps. Alas, that meant it didn’t even have turn-by-turn directions. That is until iOS 6 when Apple redesigned the Maps app from the ground up, but this caused significant problems.
Apple continues to roll out Transit data support at the start of 2017, this time adding new information not only in the United States, but also Canada.
Throughout 2016, Apple was rolling out support for transit data in new cities across the globe on a semi-regular basis.
Up until recently, Apple Maps Transit information was only available in the London, England area.
Apple continues to roll out support for transit information within its stock Maps app, aiming to make it even easier for people to get around with public transportation.
For anyone who has an electric vehicle, Apple Maps has been adding electric charging station locations to make them easier to find.
For iPad and iPhone owners in the Twin Cities area in Minnesota, Apple has finally turned on transit data within its stock Maps app.
Apple has rolled out an update for three additional European countries, bringing traffic conditions to more people in its stock Maps app.
Apple continues to add cities and suburban areas into the Transit fold, with the latest batch adding several cities in one particular state.
Back in April of this year, Apple expanded its transit data to cover New South Wales in Australia, and now folks in Melbourne can get the additional data as well.