With iOS 16, you can more quickly utilize Apple Maps to browse various locations in a single journey. Discover how with this tutorial.
Image: Jeremy Bezanger/Unsplash You’re using Apple Maps on your iPhone to get directions to a particular location, however you need to make a couple of stops along the way. In the past, there was no simple method to include interim stops to your instructions. However with iOS 16, you can include several stops on your method to your destination, both particular addresses and basic kinds of services. Here’s how.
Initially, upgrade your iPhone to iOS 16 or higher, if you haven’t already done so. Go to Settings, choose General, and after that tap the alternative for Software application Update. You’ll be told that iOS depends on date or triggered to download and set up the most recent upgrade.
SEE: iOS 16 cheat sheet: Total guide for 2022 (TechRepublic)
Add a particular location as a stop
Open Apple Maps on your phone, type and select your location, and tap the blue button that shows the approximate time to reach your location. At the Instructions screen, tap the option for Include Stop (Figure A).
Image: Apple. Set your destination location to determine your travel path. Select a place that you wish to check out along the way to your destination. Tap Add Stop, and then, include another area you wish to go to. After you have actually included all the required stops, you can reorder them in addition to your final destination to ensure the instructions take you to them in the correct order. To do this, drag a particular stop up or down in the list (Figure B).
Image: Apple. Select Add Stop to add a specific area on your travel path. Tap the blue button if you wish to change your mode of travel, such as Transit or RideShare. Otherwise, Driving will likely be the default. Tap the Now choice if you wish to alter the beginning date and time to one in the future, as much as two weeks ahead.
If so, set the brand-new date and time. Select Arrive by on top if you want to set a specific date and time for which you would reach your destination. Tap Done. Then, tap Avoid, and set the alternatives for Avoid Tolls or Avoid Highways if required. Tap Apply (Figure C).
Change your journey by travel type, leave and arrival time, and adding or eliminating any extra stops. When finished, tap the Go button to activate the instructions. Tap the up arrow at the bottom if you wish to control the stops. To get rid of a stop, tap the minus sign next to it, and to include a stop, tap the option for Add Stop, and get in the new stop. To see all the turn-by-turn instructions, tap the first instructions at the top. Swipe down the screen to see the directions to the very first stop. Keep swiping to see the instructions to additional stops and lastly to your location(Figure D ). Figure D< img src=" https://d1rytvr7gmk1sx.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Figure-D-How-to-add-multiple-stops-to-your-directions-in-Apple-Maps-770x553.jpg "alt="Viewing the instructions of the Apple Maps travel path."width =" 770 "height
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travel actions or make any modifications to the path. Include a basic classification as a stop Beyond adding a specific city, address or landmark as a stop, you can add a general classification, such as a gasoline station, restaurant or other pit stop. To do this, go through the actions of including your location. Tap the Go button to activate the instructions. Then, tap the up arrow at the bottom and select Add Stop.
The next screen shows the various categories that can be included as stops, consisting of Breakfast, Gasoline station, Coffee bar, Parking, Convenience stores and Banks & ATMs. Select the classification you wish to include, and the nearby places appear on the screen. Tap the Include button for the one you wish to add (Figure E).
Image: Apple. Choose a stop classification and choose locations along your location course.