Apple adding multistop routing to Maps in iOS 16
With iOS 16, Apple is bringing multistop routing to Maps, so users can plan up to 15 stops in advance and automatically sync routes from Mac to iPhone when they’re ready to begin a journey.
Maps is also bringing transit updates to users, making it easy for riders to view how much their journey will cost, add transit cards to Wallet, see low balances, and replenish transit cards, all without leaving Maps.
Multistop routing is a long-awaited Apple Maps feature. Rather than Maps only showing a route from A to B, users can add stops in between, such as gas stations, allowing for more accurate ETAs, routing and ease of use.
Additionally, Apple has confirmed that it is expanding its improved Apple Maps coverage to users in Belgium, France, Israel, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Palestinian Territories, Saudi Arabia, and Switzerland later this year.