As evidenced by Apple’s official iOS Feature Availability webpage, the Apple Maps service has rolled out indoor maps to as many as 18 shopping malls in Canada.
Keep in mind that indoor maps require iOS 11 or later.
As first discovered by MacRumors on Wednesday, shopping malls in the following Canadian cities and suburbs are getting the highly-useful indoor maps feature.
- Galeries D’Anjou in Montréal
- Carrefour Laval in Laval
- Promenades St-Bruno in Saint-Bruno
- Fairview Pointe Claire in Pointe-Claire
- Rideau Centre in Ottawa
- Markville in Markham
- Shops at Don Mills in Toronto
- Fairview Mall in Toronto
- Sherway Gardens in Toronto
- Square One in Mississauga
- Lime Ridge in Hamilton
- Fairview Park in Kitchener
- Masonville Place in London
- Polo Park in Winnipeg
- Chinook Centre in Calgary
- Market Mall in Calgary
- Richmond Centre in Richmond
- Champlain Place in Dieppe, New Brunswick
First launched last year at cherry-picked airports and shopping malls in the United States, the indoor maps feature has since expanded to additional markets.
With indoor maps, navigating shopping malls and airports is a breeze.
Indoor maps show store locations, floors, restrooms on each floor, guest services, parking, escalators, stairs, terminals, boarding gates, security checkpoints, airline check-in desks, baggage claim carousels, information kiosks, restrooms and much more.
To view an indoor map for a supported building, zoom all the way in or tap “Look Inside”.