Multistop Routing in Apple Maps
Meg Frost, Apple’s Director of Product Design for Apple Maps, announced that iOS 16 will finally introduce multistop routing to Apple Maps. This will let users plan up to 15 stops in advance.
You’ll also be able to access previous routes from your recent trips, so they’re easy to get back to, and routes can be planned in the macOS Maps app and sent to the iPhone when you’re ready to hit the road.
Naturally, you can also ask Siri to add additional stops to a route while driving so that you can keep your eyes on the road.
Apple Maps will also now include fare information when planning a Transit route, so you’ll know how much your journey will cost in advance. Transit cards for supported services can be added to Wallet directly from Maps, and you’ll get alerts if your card balance is running low.
Apple is also making the new detailed city experience and Look Around available through its MapKit API so that third-party developers will be able to use these in their third-party apps.