For example, after updating, your ETA can be shared with any contact on your phone to keep track of your exact location and time of arrival. There is also a new Look Around feature similar tobut from Apple.
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Share Your ETA
This must be one of the more useful features Apple has been adding in recent years. Fromyou can share your estimated time of arrival via Apple Maps, iMessage, or text with a friend if you use Apple Maps navigation. How it works:
1. Start the Apple Maps navigation and get detailed directions to a location.
2. While viewing the current directions, swipe up to the area where your arrival time and exit button appear.
3 . Tap the Share ETA button.
4. Select the contact or contacts you want to share with.
After tapping the Share ETA button, you may notice that some contacts next to the name display an Apple Maps icon instead of a message icon. If your iPhone runs iOS 13.1 or later and you share your ETA with someone who has an iPhone with iOS 13.1 or later, Apple Maps will share your location, route, and ETA. However, if you share your ETA with a user who is not an iPhone or someone whose Apple device is running iOS 13 or earlier, a message is sent.
If Apple Maps sends a text or iMessage, it will be similar to:
I've started sharing my ETA on Apple Maps with you: arrive at Pepsi Center at 10:44. I'll get in touch if I'm late.
If you are slowed by traffic or make a detour, Apple Maps sends another message informing the person that you are behind schedule, as well as the new estimated time of arrival.
According to my tests, the threshold for triggering another warning is 5 minutes late. In the above example, if my new arrival time was 10:49 am, Apple Maps would send another message with the new time.
There is now a more detailed map.
Apple has also spent more or less time scanning every street in the country to create a more detailed, better-looking map. The new look has been slowly being introduced to the US since the launch of iOS 13 in September, with the expectation of covering the entire US by the end of the year.
Currently the new map can be seen in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Ohio, Nevada and West Virginia. In addition, parts of Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky and Virginia have access to the new map. You do not have to do anything to see the extra details. As soon as Apple delivers it to your location, it automatically appears.
Another notable change in Apple Maps is the new Look Around feature. It's similar to Google's Street View, showing you exactly what a place looks like through photos, and allowing you to move around the city streets. The only drawback is that it is currently only available in New York, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Oahu, Houston and Los Angeles. Apple has quickly added more cities to the list (Look Around was originally launched with support only for San Francisco) and will continue to add more cities in the future.
How do I use Look Around?
If you do not live in one of the supported cities, that's fine – you can still look around. How it works:
1. Open Apple Maps and zoom in on a city with Look Around. I chose San Francisco for testing because it's one of my favorite cities.
2. Zoom in to a specific area or until binoculars appear in the upper right corner of the map. just below the location symbol and the "i" button.
3. Select Binoculars to open Look Around.
A window with a familiar Street View look is opened. Expand the view in full screen by tapping the double arrow icon.
You can swipe in this window to change the direction of the photo, or tap the road to move the block down (just like when you tap on arrows in Street View). As you move, you can tap on a company name to zoom in on the storefront and view its address, opening hours, phone number, and website, just like finding a business in Maps.
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Originally published at the beginning of this year. Updated with new information.