Apple continues to expand its transit data feature within Apple Maps, giving people all over the globe the ability to stay on top of public transit routes and availability.
We already know that Apple has deployed vehicles all around the world to survey what they can see, all in an effort to help improve the Apple Maps experience.
Apple Maps has been expanding its transit support for quite some time, and it continues to grow in its usefulness.
It has been somewhat quiet on the transit front when it comes to Apple Maps, but it looks like that’s changing today.
Apple Maps has been improving at a pretty quick pace since its rough launch several years ago, but there is still plenty of room for improvements.
Apple last updated its transit information within the United States earlier in June, and now one more major city has support for the public transportation info.
One of the areas that Apple has been improving in its stock Maps app is transit information, and with so many potential travelers needing to take advantage of the public transit systems in cities across the globe, it’s a must-have feature.
Back in December of 2016, a report surfaced that said Apple was planning on using drones to help improve Apple Maps.
Apple has had vehicles on the road collecting data for Apple Maps for many years now, with part of that goal expected to continue to launch even more competing features to Google’s existing options.
Transit information makes it easy to find public transportation to get from one location to the next, and Apple has been adding transit info to its stock Maps app on a regular basis.