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Use Maps better

IT MAY SEEM like a fairly simple app, but Apple’s Maps is full of neat little extras. Successive versions of macOS have introduced a number of useful features to make planning a journey easier and faster.

Thanks to Apple’s tight integration of the Mac and iOS platforms, you can send journey and map info from your Mac to your iPhone. The app

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