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Along with “Find My AirPods,” there is one more feature which has caught my eyes in iOS 10.3. And, that's the option to check weather forecast of any place right from Maps app.

So, while searching for any place you want to visit during your memorable holiday, if you wish to check out how the weather God will go about its business in the upcoming week, you can now instantly snap the information. Even more interesting, you also have the option to book a ride from within the app. Find out how it works.

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How to Check Weather Forecast of any Place in Maps App on iPhone

How to Check Weather Forecast of Any Place in Maps on iPhone and iPad

Note: Make sure your iPhone is running iOS 10.3, which is currently in beta.

Step #1. Launch Maps app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next, you need to enter the name of the place which weather forecast you want to view.

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Search for Any Place in Maps App on iPhone

Step #3. Now, you need to 3D Touch the weather icon.

Tap on Weather Icon in Maps App on iPhone

Step #4. Next, the weather forecast along with other weather-related details will show up on the screen. If you want to view more details, press firmly on the window.

Check Weather Forecast for Any Place from Maps on iPhone

You can also book a ride for that place. To do so, tap on Book a Ride and then go ahead with the usual process.

Book a Ride for Place from Maps App on iPhone

To check out more information, simply swipe over the menu. Take a look at the photos on Wikipedia, share the information with your friends, find out more info about it, add to favorites, create a new contact, add to the existing contact. If you find the information misleading, you can report an issue as well.

Explore Places in Maps App on iPhone

Indeed, Maps app has vastly improved now. With highly user-friendly features like Show Parked Car Location, avoid Tolls and Highways, it has finally become a worthy competitor to Google Maps.

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.