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Apple announced upcoming Apple Maps features that will debut alongside iOS 16, including multistop routing and advanced syncing features across Apple devices.
Multistop routing will allow users to plan trips with up to 15 stops — and even add stops using Siri voice commands while traveling. Additionally, users can plan trips on their Mac and sync them to their iPhone.
There will be expanded support for public transit, too. For example, users will be able to see how much their trip will cost, add their transit card to Wallet, and replenish their transit card balance from within Maps.
Additionally, Apple will be expanding its improved Apple Maps coverage to the following countries:
- New Zealand
- Palestinian Territories
- Saudi Arabia
This year, Apple has continued to improve Apple Maps, adding new three-dimensional landmarks, improved transit tracking, and expanding features such as Look Around and Siri Natural Language Guidance.