Apple will bring the Apple Maps Live Activity feature to iOS 17

Berikut Apple will bring the Apple Maps Live Activity feature to iOS 17
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The Apple WWDC 2023 event will be taking place very soon, on June 5, 2023. This event will feature new versions of populer operating systems, such as iOS as well as macOS.

At the event, it is hoped that the cupertino giant will announce new features along with design changes from the latest software. Even though the event is only a few weeks away, there are leaks reporting that the company will be bringing the Maps Live Activity feature to the lock screen on iOS 17-based devices.


Reported Telset from Gizmochina, a leak of the Maps Live Activity feature on the lock screen in the iOS 17 update comes from a Twitter user with the username @analyst941.

This leaker in his tweet states that the image he uploaded is Apple Maps Live Activity for the lock screen on iOS 17, this feature has a smooth transition when unlocking, and this feature has a display size that is large enough and notifications can still be seen even though the feature has been activated .

Until now, users using Maps were required to open the app to track their destination. With this new lock screen design, users will be able to zoom out of Apple Maps to the same widget size as the music player widget and to full size is just one click away.

Although the map view on the lock screen will not be interactive, it will still update to show users their location and navigational directions in real time.


However, it is still unknown whether this iOS 17 feature is only limited to Apple Maps or not. As you know, although Apple continues to make significant progress in the field of the Maps application, it still lags behind Google Maps or Yandex.

Therefore, many iPhone users prefer to use alternative applications compared to the default Maps application from Apple. However, given the company’s general policy, it is unlikely that third-party apps will be supported showing in this feature. [FY/HBS]