Today, Apple announced that iOS 16 will come with several new Maps features. You will be able to plan up to 15 stops

in advance with “multistop routing” at its Worldwide Developers Conference. The app will allow users to plan multistop routes

on a Mac and send them to your iPhone when you’re ready to go. Siri can also add additional stops to your route as you drive.

You can also now add transit cards to your Apple Wallet, so riders will be able to see how much their journey will cost.

Also included in Apple's redesigned map are France, Switzerland, New Zealand, Belgium, Israel, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco,

Palestine Territories, Saudi Arabia, and the Netherlands. There are several features on the redesigned map, including cycling, looking around,

and more. It is currently available in Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, the United States, and the United Kingdom.

Apple is improving MapKit for developers with a new city experience, including road details, landmarks,

And more. By integrating detailed maps into their websites, companies like Bird will be able to help users find bicycles and scooters more easily.

Also, Apple is adding Look Around to MapKit so that high-resolution imagery can be easily integrated into apps like Zillow. 

Also, Apple is adding Look Around to MapKit so that high-resolution imagery can be easily integrated into apps like Zillow. 

Later this year, Apple plans to introduce server-side APIs to developers, 

Making building map experiences faster and more flexible.

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