With iOS 15, Apple Maps also received several improvements including new details in cities, an interactive globe and improved driving directions. In addition, on Apple Maps there is now a new feature that allows you to set departure and arrival times even when driving. Let’s see how to use it.
This feature has been available on Google Maps for some time and is really useful if you want to plan a future trip and you want to know how long it will take to get there or when you have to leave to arrive at a specific time. In previous versions of iOS, the ability to set departure and arrival times was limited to public transit directions, but now Apple has expanded the option to drive as well.
How to set departure and arrival times on Apple Maps while driving
- In the Apple Maps search field, enter your destination and tap “Search”
- Tap the “Directions” button to see how long it will take to get to your destination
- Tap “Depart now”
- Use the “Departure” and “Arrival by” tabs to select the date and time
- Tap “Done”.
Apple Maps will show you directions and how long it will take you to get to your destination based on the expected traffic for the time and date you selected. All the news of Apple Maps on iOS 15 can be found in our dedicated article.Guide
Source: iPhone Italia by www.iphoneitalia.com.
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