Follow turn-by-turn directions in Maps on iPad
In the Maps app , follow detailed, turn-by-turn directions for driving, transit, and walking routes (not available in all regions).
To provide directions, iPad must be connected to the Internet. (On Wi-Fi + Cellular models, cellular data rates may apply. See View or change cellular settings on iPad.) To provide directions involving your current location, Location Services must be on. (See Set which apps can access your location on iPad.)
View turn-by-turn or stop-by-stop directions
Ask Siri. Say something like: “Transit directions to my dad’s work.” Learn how to ask Siri.
Or you can find a walking, transit, or (on Wi-Fi-only models) driving route, then tap Go.
Do any of the following at any time during your trip:
End directions at any time: Tap End, or say something to Siri like “Stop navigating.”
See the next instruction: Swipe left on the instruction at the top of the screen.
View the directions in a list: Tap the route card, then tap Details.
See the route overview: Tap the route card, then tap Overview. To see more detail, tap the route card, then tap Zoom In.
Add a transit stop to Favorites: See Add a transit stop to your favorites.
Hear turn-by-turn driving directions (Wi-Fi + Cellular models)
See an overview of your driving route
With turn-by-turn driving directions showing, tap the turn directions at the top of the screen.
You can do the following:
Show the destination instead of north at the top of the screen: Tap the map, then tap .
Show north instead of the destination at the top of the screen. Tap the map, then tap .
Return to turn-by-turn guidance: Tap the turn directions at the top of the screen.
See a list of your turn-by-turn driving directions
With turn-by-turn driving directions showing, tap the route card, then tap Details.
Make a stop along your driving route
Ask Siri. Say something like “Hey Siri, find a gas station.”
Or you can do the following:
Tap the route card.
Tap one of the suggested services (such as gas stations), then tap Go.
Share your ETA
As you follow turn-by-turn driving instructions, you can let others know your estimated time of arrival (ETA).
With turn-by-turn directions showing, tap the route card, then tap Share ETA.
Choose one or more suggested contacts, or tap Contacts to find a contact.
You can do the following during your trip:
Cancel sending ETA information: Tap Sharing ETA at the bottom of the screen, then choose a contact.
Replace the Sharing ETA card with the route card: Tap on the Sharing ETA card.
People using devices with iOS 13.1, iPadOS 13.1, or later receive a Maps notification with your ETA, and they can track your progress in Maps. People using devices with earlier versions receive the notification through iMessage. People using other mobile devices receive an SMS message.
Note: Standard carrier data and text rates may apply.