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Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by MIAMI_TRUE, Jul 2, 2015.
New Jersey Transit Should Be Included in El Capital Transit App.
This is just solely related to Maps app. But yes, Apple could set a bar to prevent Yosemite users using transit, on whatever city they live, even transit is available in that city.
So here is the thing with Apple including Transit data. Apple can only include a particular cities transit data in the Maps app if there is an API available somewhere for it. It is also not feasible to roll out 50+ cities in the beginning. The idea is to make sure that, at the beginning, the few major metro areas that were announced, work correctly. After that, possibly by the end of the year, I expect there to be an update to the number of cities that are included in the Maps app, transit directions wise.
I just got a notification center alert that transit information is available for New York City. Weird, because I thought it had it before -- anyway, I checked it out and it does feel like it's been beefed up. Will be very cool to see this change come to iOS.
And yeah, I hope they do expand it to more than just the biggest cities.