id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”Apple Maps’ new Look Around feature is well done, no doubt.
Jason Cipriani/CNET Last month, Apple announced it had finished rolling out the Apple Maps redesign it announced alongside iOS 13. The new look and features are years in the making, and they finally give iPhone and iPad users a worthy Google Maps replacement.
The new features include sharing your ETA with a contact to keep them updated on your location and time of arrival. There’s also a new Apple-made feature called Look Around that’s akin to Google’s Street View.
Apple Maps isn’t the only major change in iOS 13. There are plenty of new features, including a new swipe keyboard that doesn’t let you swear, 더킹카지노코드 that make the upgrade appealing.
Share ETA is a convenient way to let your friends know when you’ll arrive.
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This has to be one of the more useful features that Apple has added in recent memory. As of iOS 13.1, you can share your estimated time of arrival with a friend through Apple Maps, iMessage or text when you’re using Apple Maps navigation. Here’s how:
1. Start Apple Maps navigation and get turn-by-turn directions to a location.
2. When viewing current directions, swipe up on the bottom of the area that displays your arrival time and shows the end button.
3. Tap the Share ETA button.
4. Select the contact or contacts with whom you want to share it.
Now playing: Watch this: How to use the new Apple Maps 1:31 After tapping on the Share ETA button, you may notice that some contacts have an Apple Maps icon next to their name, instead of a Messages icon. Those are people also using an iPhone.
If your iPhone is running iOS 13.1 or newer, and you’re sharing your ETA with someone with an iPhone on iOS 13.1 or 크레이지 newer, then Apple Maps will be used to share your location, route, and ETA. However, if you share your ETA with a non-iPhone user, or someone running iOS 13 or older on their Apple device, then a message will be sent.
Now playing: Watch this: iOS 13: Cool features you’ll want to try now 1:32 When Apple Maps sends a text or iMessage, it will read something similar to this:
I started sharing my ETA with you in Apple Maps: arriving at Pepsi Center around 10:44 AM. I’ll let you know if I’m running late.
If you hit traffic or take a detour, Apple Maps will send another message letting the person know you’re running behind and the new estimated time of arrival.
From my testing, the threshold for triggering another alert was if I would be 5 minutes late. So, in the instance above, if my new arrival time was 10:49 a.m., Apple Maps would send another message.
The added details in the new Apple Maps make a world of difference.
Apple, Inc. There’s now a more detailed map
Apple has also spent a lot …