When you set your home and work addresses in Apple Maps, you can easily navigate to your location. If you are moving to a new house, staying in a hotel or resort while on vacation, signing up at another office, or visiting multiple job sites on a regular basis, updating these addresses is not all easy ̵
Unlike Google Maps or Waze, your home or work address is first set outside of Apple Maps in the Contacts app, which stores all your addresses. Once set, however, you can edit or add multiple addresses by following these steps from both Apple Maps and the Contacts app:
Step 1: Add a Home or Business Address
As previously mentioned, Apple Maps retrieves your home and work addresses from the Contacts app, which you can also access through the Contacts tab in Phone.
If you have not yet entered a home or work address, just open Contacts or the Phone app. Touch your name at the top of the contact list to go to your personal information card and select "Edit" in the top right corner.
Now scroll down and choose Add Address. By default, Apple will assume that this is a "home address". If you want to select "Work" instead, tap "Home" next to the red delete button and choose the correct option. Regardless of whether you use Home, Work, Other, or a custom name, you can easily find it later in Apple Maps.
Then enter your address by filling in the blank sections with the appropriate street, state and postal code. When you have entered the full address, tap Done to complete the process and return to your information card. From our experience, you can add any number of separate addresses (we did not count at 50), just repeat the steps if you want to store more than one or two addresses.
Your saved addresses are on your Visiting card visible and also displayed in Apple Maps. If you zoomed in, your home address on the map will be indicated by a blue house icon, and your work will turn brown, but "other" or custom labels will not be displayed with icons.
Input Either "home" or "work" – or whatever you named the places – in the search bar in Apple Maps, they are also displayed immediately. Touch the desired destination and start the navigation as usual.