iOS 15 is coming on Sept. 20, and with it an improved navigation system that goes toe-to-toe with Google Maps.
The third-party navigation app stands apart from the crowd with an emphasis on off-road navigation and offline maps.
At WWDC 2021, Apple's annual developers conference, we got our first glimpse of iOS 15 and much more.
Apple's native maps and navigation app will get new features to make driving safer and enable more precise pedestrian navigation.
It's part of a series of other updates and new features included with iOS 14.5.
You'll know what to expect before you go to the airport.
You can search in Apple Maps or ask Siri to pull up info for vaccine sites near you.
Motorists using Apple Maps can report accidents, speed traps and other hazards, and they can even use Siri to do it.
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Carmakers like GM, Ford and Volkswagen get the option to let drivers use three-word address labels like "damage.petal.large."
The updated navigation app is coming to Mac side as part of its Big Sur update.
Hospitals and urgent cares that are testing for coronavirus are now listed in your iPhone's Maps app.