iOS 17’s Apple Maps prompts you to download an offline map when requesting navigation directions to an area with poor cellular reception or Wi-Fi coverage.
The Apple Maps app on your iPhone supports immersive instructions for those times when you'd like to use walking directions in augmented reality (AR).
Download a custom region in iOS 17's Apple Maps to navigate offline on your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch, search for nearby places, and more.
You'll be able to navigate with the Maps live activity widget and still see notifications and the date/time on your iPhone's Lock Screen.
The Landmarks app lets you explore a curated collection of more than 300 custom-designed 3D models that are available on Apple Maps, organized by city.
For the first time, customers in Finland, Norway and Sweden can enjoy Apple Maps enhancements such as Look Around, AR navigation, 3D views, etc.
Track your journey, get updated ETAs and see where to make your next trip with Google Maps—right on your iPhone’s lock screen, without opening the app.
iPhone and iPad users can now search for and reserve nearby parking without leaving Apple Maps, with Mac integration on the way.
Google Maps has launched new features, including location-sharing alerts for arrival and departure times and photorealistic 3D aerial views of famous landmarks.
Overhauled Apple Maps is live in France, Monaco and New Zealand, based on Apple's own mapping data which it began collecting back in 2018.
The mobile Google Maps app now estimates toll charges for your journey, which allows you to plan ahead by seeing how much you'll need to pay in route tolls.
Google Maps is bringing a historical Street View feature to its mobile app, meaning you can now see older street-level photography captures from as far back as 2007.