Apple Maps has transit directions available for users directly within the app, but the feature is not available everywhere, which means Apple is still rolling it out in some places. Like Iceland.
As was first noted by MacRumors on Friday, Apple Maps transit directions are now live in Iceland. The primary focus of the new feature within the region appears to be bus routes, both in and around the capital of Reykjavik. With the new feature now live in the area, Apple Maps users can choose the public transportation option when navigating between two locations.
Apple last expanded the transit directions feature back in early June of this year, when the feature arrived in Hong Kong.
Apple introduced transit directions alongside additional updates to Apple Maps with iOS 9 in 2015. Since then, along with general improvements to Apple Maps in general, the feature has been expanding across the globe since. If you want to check out a full list of where transit directions are available in Apple Maps, check out Apple’s own resource.
If you’ve used the transit directions feature, are you a fan of it? Or does Apple need to make some changes or improvements?