- Apr 12, 2001
Transit directions for Apple Maps have recently expanded to Belgium, Manila in the Philippines, Switzerland, Wyoming, and Iowa, Apple confirmed today in an update to its Feature Availability page for iOS.
In these locations, Apple Maps users can get directions using the transit options available in their states or countries. Apple actually implemented transit directions in these locales over the course of the last few months, but the Feature Availability page is only updated every few weeks.
Transit directions were added to Apple Maps in 2015 for a handful of cities, and since then, Apple has been working to expand the feature to additional areas. Transit information is now live in dozens of cities and countries around the world.
In addition to offering transit directions in new locations, Apple has also expanded its indoor maps availability to additional airports. All of the following airports now support indoor maps:
[*]Brisbane Airport (BNE)
[*]Central Japan International Airport (NGO)
[*]Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)
[*]Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
[*]Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport (JAN)
[*]Melbourne Airport (MEL)
[*]Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT)
Indoor maps for malls and airports were introduced in iOS 11, providing full layouts of each mall or airport location with icons for restaurants, elevators, bathrooms, shops, and other notable landmarks. Different floors are clearly marked, making it easy to navigate through unknown areas.
A full list of all of the airports and mall locations where the Apple Maps indoor mapping feature is available can be found on Apple's feature availability website, which also houses a list of all of the locations where transit directions are available.
Article Link: Apple Expands Transit Directions to New Locales and Introduces Indoor Maps at Additional Airports