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.
In October of 2015, it was reported that Apple Maps had picked up the Amtrak routes for the Northeastern area of the United States.
Every once in a while, a hidden feature is found in iOS that is hard to spot and remains mostly out of sight. There’s no doubt that mapping apps in your Phone collect a significant amount of information of the places you visit, but what may come as a surprise to users is that Apple Maps actually records the locations you frequently visit and stores additional information such as the times you’ve arrived and departed.
Apple continues to add traffic data to its stock Maps app, providing more details for areas all around the globe.
In iOS 10, Apple has opened Maps to third-party apps, allowing developers to create extensions that can be integrated into the search result of Maps. When you install an app that has an extension available for Apple Maps, then it will be integrated with it automatically.
Apple continues to roll out its Transit info to a variety of large cities across the United States.
iOS 10 is all about getting a little bit smarter, and making small annoyances a thing of the past. One of those delightful little features in the Maps app is the ability to automatically find your parked car. Now, when you leave your car (as long as it’s not at your home address), iOS 10 will remember the location.
Apple continues to add Transit information to its Maps app, providing detailed information for public transportation for folks who live in certain areas.
Apple has been adding transit info to its Maps app all across the globe, and now it’s bringing traffic data to Greece.
Apple Maps Transit info continues to expand, including to international markets, as citizens in Prague can check Maps for public transit data.