Imagine planning a road trip or going on a hike. You’re excited about the adventure, but there’s that nagging worry: “What if I lose cell reception?” That’s where iOS 17 steps in. With Offline Maps, you can download maps ahead of time and use them even when you’re off the grid.
It can be your lifeline. No more relying solely on an internet connection to find your way. Let me show you how easy offline maps on iPhone are to use.
How to download maps before you go
How to access a downloaded map when you no longer have reception
How to manage your downloaded maps
Bonus tip: dropping pins
Want to save a specific spot? Instead of searching for an address, drop a pin on the map. It’s like leaving breadcrumbs for yourself. Here’s how to drop a pin on Apple Maps.
Kurt’s key takeaways
By following these steps, you’ll never feel lost again. Whether you’re exploring new areas or hiking remote trails, iOS 17’s offline maps have got your back. So go ahead, download those maps, drop those pins and keep your bearings intact.
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