Find your way.

And find your
way around.

With a more detailed map and easy access to your go‑to and must‑see destinations, Maps is better than ever at getting you where you need to go. And with immersive 3D experiences in selected cities, Maps can help you find more to do and experience when you get there.

Getting around doesn’t

get much easier.

A new map rebuilt
from the ground up.

More than 6 million kilometres of driving have led to a new underlying map with a far more informative and realistic view. The new map features significantly improved and refined details for roads, beaches, marinas, parks, buildings, airports and more. It is now available across the US and will roll out in a number of additional countries later in 2020.

Navigation steers
you right at every turn.

When you’re on the move, Maps helps you find the way to your destination with turn‑by‑turn spoken directions, whether you’re walking or driving.1 Along the way, it can factor in real‑time traffic information, so you’ll know exactly how long until you arrive. And now in some cities, Maps can guide you even more precisely to where you want to go, so you end up at the actual shop rather than just the shopping centre it’s located in. It even puts a pin on the map to remind you where you parked.

You’ll always be

in the correct lane.

Lane guidance helps you eliminate wrong turns and directional misses by lining you up in the correct lane before you need to turn or enter an elevated road.

Running late to brunch? Share your ETA with
friends and family.

Share your estimated time of arrival with family, friends and colleagues. Your ETA even updates if you’re significantly delayed.

Plan your trip with real‑time public transport info.

Real‑time public transport information in selected cities helps you plan your journey. It lets you see detailed schedules, live departure times, arrival times, the current location of the train, bus, tram or ferry on your route, and system connections. It also includes important real‑time information like outages.2

Find your way around 
airports and shopping centres.

With Indoor Maps, you can get detailed directions inside selected airports and shopping centres around the world. Find out which restaurants are past security at the airport, where the nearest bathroom is or what floor your favourite store is on at the shopping centre.

Visit interesting places

before you actually go.

Get a 3D preview of where 

you’re going with Look Around.

Explore selected cities with an interactive 3D experience that gives you a 360‑degree view of a place. And enjoy smooth and seamless transitions as you navigate your way around.

Take in a bird’s‑eye view of 
favourite cities with Flyover.

See selected major metro areas from the air with photorealistic, immersive 3D views. You can move your device through space to experience a city from above, or explore in high resolution as you zoom, pan, tilt and rotate around the city and its landmarks.3

All the places you go,

right there at your fingertips.

Your everyday favourites. Just 
a tap away.

Whether it’s home, work, the gym or your kid’s school, the places you visit most often are displayed for quick, one‑tap navigation when you open Maps on your devices or on your dashboard with CarPlay.

Build and share lists of must‑see places with Collections.

Build collections of your favourite locations, like the best cafés in Melbourne, or soon‑to‑be‑favourites, like sites to see in Paris. Then share them with friends and family.

Proactive suggestions
help you stay one step ahead.

Maps displays a list of the places you’re most likely to go, so you can get directions to any of the locations with just a tap. If you have an upcoming flight, it gives you up‑to‑the‑moment information about terminals, gate locations, departure times and more.

Wherever you go, your location information always stays private.

Maps helps you find your way without compromising your privacy. Personalised alerts and suggestions, like letting you know when it’s time to leave for your next appointment, are created using data on your device. And the data that is sent to Maps while you use the app — such as search terms, navigation routing and traffic information — is associated with random identifiers instead of your Apple ID.


Get help
with Maps

Use Maps on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

Build Maps into
your app or website