One of the improvements Apple has made to its Maps app in iOS 9 is the introduction of transit directions, which help travelers find their way using buses, trains, subways, and ferries. Now the Cupertino company has revealed the sources that power that feature.
Apple Maps gains 3D flyover support in 7 new cities in Portugal, Spain, England, Germany and Puerto Rico
Apple is putting a fleet of vehicles on roads in the U.K. and Ireland to photograph streets and collect data that will improve its Maps service. The vehicles have already been spotted in the U.S., and they all but confirm Apple’s plans to launch a Google Maps Street View rival.
As I am writing this post I have 10 different devices connected to the internet and not a single cord is needed. That is one of the greatest things about Wi-Fi, it gives me and my devices unfettered access to YouTube, Google images, and iPhonehacks.com. But when I leave the comfort of my home or office, the Wi-Fi connectivity doesn’t come along with me.
Public transit information in Apple’s Maps has been a constant topic for quite some time, but a new job listing may indicate it’s finally coming.
Apple’s iOS 8.3 update, which made its public debut on Wednesday, includes a new feature that allows small businesses to manage their own POI data inside the Maps app. In this how-to, we’ll show you how you can claim and manage yours.
Up until now, Apple has only displayed customer reviews and other points of interest in Apple Maps from Yelp. However, the company seems to have expanded its sources to include reviews from TripAdvisor and Booking.com as well.