Apple Maps serves as one of the best mapping services for iOS. In iOS 10, Apple Maps received a big improvement, as the Cupertino Company finally opened its mapping service to third-party apps, allowing developers to create extensions to enhance user experience.
Apple has been busy working on improving the Maps app for months. The Cupertino Company is expanding transit information to more countries. According to Apple, the company has just rolled out transit information for Apple Maps users in Adelaide, Australia. Apple’s move came just one week after Apple announced transit data in Singapore.
Apple says that Apple Maps users in Adelaide will be able to get information regarding the local commuter trains and the city’s bus lines. Users in the city can head to the App Store and update the Apple Maps now to get the transit support.
Apple has been rolling out transit information for Apple Maps users in a number of cities across the globe. Last week, the Cupertino Company added transit data in Singapore. Last month, Apple Maps was updated with transit data for the city of Paris. This allows Apple Maps users in the city to navigate with public transportation such as trains, buses, and subway.
In February, Apple launched transit data for Apple Maps users in Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Canada. Last year, Apple Maps received transit support in a lot of cities worldwide such as Miami, Atlanta, Seattle, Rio de Janeiro, and Montreal.
Apple Maps is expected to get a big polishing in the newest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 11. We expect Apple to introduce iOS 11 at its annual WWDC 2017 that will take place on June 5. Besides, we are expecting to see the new versions of watchOS, tvOS and macOS as well as a smart speaker at the event.
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