Isn’t it annoying when you are traveling to new places, and get stuck at the airport because you don’t know where to go? Imagine you are getting late for a flight in an unknown city and you don’t know where your terminal is? All these issues do tend to take place and one cannot avoid them. But, you can at least fight it with a weapon that is extremely handy. Apple Inc. has come out with an app that will help fight confusion on the airports. The airport apps are included in Apple Maps.

How does it work?

The iOS 11 introduced this new indoor mapping feature which will be helping out people at the airport by offering them walking directions. All you need to do is ask Siri to find something near you. The app will show your real-time location and also allow you to toggle between floors. The app helps you to search for shops located near your terminal as well as the entire airport. Apart from that, the app will also provide details of check-in desks, security checkpoints, baggage claim carousels, boarding gates, and other places.

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The app will show your real-time location and also allow you to toggle between floors.

Previous Troubles

In 2012, along with the iOS 6 mobile software, Apple also released their own mapping program. Apple had preloaded Google Maps on their devices but because of the tensions erupted between the two tech giants; Apple was forced to come with their own software. One of the major concerns was that the Apple Maps did not really work well. Many iOS users started noticing problems from navigation to searching for addresses. At that time, the company had apologized and fired the head of software as well.

But now, Apple Maps seems to get the hang of it. The users will now be enabled with lane guidance and speed limits for major highways. The Maps also shows transit directions for those who travel in metro areas. Apart from that, your iPhone will also remind you where you parked your car and will also update your arrival time, based on the number of halts you make.

Over the past few months, Apple has been adding major hubs around the world to their maps. As of now, there are around 35 airports, but the company has stated that they will be rolling out new airport maps incrementally.

List of Airports on Apple Maps

  1. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol  AMS
  2. Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport  BWI
  3. Berlin Tegel Airport  TXL
  4. Berlin Schönefeld Airport SXF
  5. Chicago O'Hare International Airport ORD
  6. Chicago Midway International Airport MDW
  7. Denver International Airport DEN
  8. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport DTW
  9. Edmonton International Airport YEG
  10. Geneva Airport  GVA
  11. Hong Kong International Airport HKG
  12. Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport IAH
  13. Houston William P. Hobby Airport HOU
  14. Indianapolis International Airport  IND
  15. Jacksonville International Airport  JAX
  16. Las Vegas McCarran International Airport  LAS
  17. London Heathrow Airport LHR
  18. London Gatwick Airport LGW
  19. Los Angeles International Airport  LAX
  20. Orange County John Wayne Airport SNA
  21. Miami International Airport MIA
  22. Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport  MSP
  23. Nashville International Airport  BNA
  24. New York John F. Kennedy International Airport  JFK
  25. New York LaGuardia Airport LGA
  26. Newark Liberty International Airport  EWR
  27. Oakland International Airport OAK
  28. Philadelphia International Airport PHL
  29. Pittsburgh International Airport  PIT
  30. Portland International Airport  PDX
  31. San Diego International Airport SAN
  32. San Jose Norman Y. Mineta International Airport SJC
  33. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport  SEA
  34. Toronto Pearson International Airport  YYZ
  35. Vancouver International Airport  YVR

Apple Maps will indeed be helpful in saving the passenger’s time. A lot many times travelers are forced to wander aimlessly at the airports because they do not know where to go. This app will help you cut down on those adventure rounds that you take in order to find a toilet or your terminal. This is sure to cut to the chase and help people move faster.