Those trying to get directions using Apple Maps are receiving a message that reads, "Directions Not Available".
Apple Maps has apparently gone down worldwide and users of the Global Positioning System app are not pleased about the situation.
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The outages affect all forms of Apple Maps, including those on Apple Watches and in vehicles with CarPlay, for users across the US, Canada, and other countries. Apple is now investigating the issue, but there's no word on when we will see the Maps app fully functioning again.
The app was having problems between 5:48 a.m. and 10:05 a.m.in California, according to a notice on Apple's website. But starting early this morning, Apple Maps has been broken in the sense that it isn't working at all. The outage has been acknowledged on Apple's status page as affecting both Maps Search and Routing & Navigation, and appears to be hitting users across many countries. "Route information is not available at this moment".
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VentureBeat reported that Siri was failing to respond to mapping requests, telling users, "Can't seem to access that data right now, try again in a little while". Still, it's rather frustrating that an app built into countless Apple products isn't working.
While the Apple Maps outage continues, iOS and Mac users should fall back to using Google Maps - assuming they haven't just continued to do so over the years.
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