Customers in two European Union member countries, Croatia and Slovenia, can now take advantage of a set of directional arrows at the top of the Apple Maps interface to be in the right lane when exiting a freeway or completing a turn.
Apple is officially a partner in North Carolina’s drone testing pilot. The company plans to use drones to capture aerial images to improve Apple Maps but don’t you worry—they will blur things like faces and license plate numbers to protect people’s privacy.
In this guide, we will show you how to stop displaying Maps directions and receiving alerts for every upcoming turn on your Apple Watch. You will of course still be able to get directions on your iPhone, but these directions won’t be pushed to your Apple Watch.
In addition to Taiwan, Ireland, Paris, Detroit, New Orleans and other locations recently being supported, the transit directions feature of Apple Maps is now available to customers in Milwaukee and Omaha where transit data was previously unavailable outside of Amtrak routes.