iOS 16 and Everything Else fromWWDC 2022 Keynote Apple

iOS 16 and Everything Else fromWWDC 2022 Keynote Apple

iOS 16 and Everything Else fromWWDC 2022 Keynote Apple 

 

 

This article is part of CNET's coverage of WWDC 2022, Apple's annual developer conference.                    



iOS 16 and Everything Else fromWWDC 2022 Keynote Apple
iOS 16 and Everything Else fromWWDC 2022 Keynote Apple

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This article is part of CNET's coverage of WWDC 2022, Apple's annual developer conference.




The Maps app will receive significant enhancements in iOS 16, Apple's future mobile operating system, which will be available on your iPhone later this year.

 

We'll take a look at each one individually.

 

With the updated OS, Maps users can now take use of new capabilities such as multi stop navigation and more transportation information.

 

Maps retains previous routes in the Recent section of the programme for convenient access, and multi stop routing allows you to plan up to 15 stops ahead of time.

 

You can plan multi stop itineraries on your Mac and send them to your iPhone before you leave.

 

If you're already on the road, Siri integration makes it easier to stay connected.

Adding stops to your journey is straightforward.

 

iOS 16 aims to present you with more information, like fare information, if you use public transportation.

 

You'll be able to add transport cards to your Apple Wallet and refresh your transit card balance without leaving the Maps app.

 

Apple will spread its new map features, originally introduced in 2021, to an additional 11 countries later this year, including France, Switzerland, and New Zealand.

 

New features include bicyclist-friendly features and street-level 360-degree views.




The redesign includes a 3D city aspect that provides more information for highways, landmarks, and other locations.

 

During Apple's keynote presentation on Monday, the company displayed a 3D map of Las Vegas and stated that it wants to release more maps in the future.

Repeat this process for six more cities, including Miami, Chicago, and Sydney.

 

Moreover,




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Developer integration is encouraged by the city experience in the Maps app.

 

It will make it easier to find Bird scooters and bikes, for example.

 

Furthermore, Apple is incorporating high-resolution images into apps such as Zillow to provide customers a more immersive experience when looking at homes.

 

OS 16 is currently available as a developer beta, with a September release date planned.

 

For further details, see the WatchOS 9 features for Apple Watch that were announced at WWDC.

 

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The iPhone Maps app is receiving an upgrade.

 

The two most significant modifications, as well as how you'll use them, are listed below.

 

As part of its WWDC keynote on Monday, Apple revealed significant enhancements to the iPhone Maps app with the introduction of iOS 16.

 

New features include high-resolution photos for apps like Zillow and new developer tools, such as making Bird scooters and bikes easier to find.

 

In addition to these updates, Apple announced that its new map will be available in 11 more nations later this year.

 

New additions include cycling directions and Look Around, a new 3D city experience.




Apple Maps will be updated as soon as possible.

part of iOS 16's new iPhone Message capabilities, which can help you prevent embarrassing text message gaffes.

 

Moreover,




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Multi Stop routing will be available to iPhone users soon.

 

If you routinely use Google Maps for things that Apple Maps lacks, this may change.

 

The addition of multi stop routing to your iPhone is a significant upgrade.

 

According to Apple, it's one of their "most sought features."




With this new feature, you may now plan up to 15 stops on your iPhone.

 

You may even plan your vacation on your Mac and then send it to your friends and family.

Once you're ready to leave, save it to your iPhone.

 

Your previous routes will be recorded in Maps under Recents, making it easier to locate them while planning your commute.




To begin, open the Maps app on your iPhone and type in your first destination.

 

To add extra stops, tap Add Stop and input your next destination.



For instance, you may type in the name of a coffee shop you'd like to visit first, then your working address.




You can ask Siri to add a stop to your itinerary if you're driving and need to make one.

 

By limiting distractions, you can stay focused on the road.

 

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