How to Use Hop-On Hop-Off Routes in Apple Maps and iOS 16
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(Pocket-lint) – Apple is finally adding multi-stop routing to its Maps app thanks to iOS 16, meaning users will have the ability to add more than just a start point and destination.
As the public beta of the upcoming smartphone software shows, Apple Maps now supports up to 15 stops ahead, and can automatically sync routes from Mac to iPhone.
Multi-stops aren’t the only ones that can be previewed and tracked, as Apple has also added transit information. If your trip involves public transit, you’ll be able to view fares and even view and reload transit cards in Wallet from the Maps app.
But how do you actually use this essential addition? Well, at least according to the current iOS 16 preview, here’s how to add multiple stops to your route in Apple Maps.
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- Open Apple Maps
- Add your starting point and your destination
- Under the Route tab, tap on “Add a stop”, then fill in the location details.
- This stop will then be added to the bottom of your list – move it by holding the three lines icon and dragging it to the correct position.
- If you decide to remove a stop from your route, just drag it to the left.
As you might expect, the map changes each time you add a new stop – just like in Google Maps – and also includes information on approximate travel times between each stop you’ve added.
Written by Conor Allison.