In a country, where town planning is in pathetic plight, the smartphone comes handy to spot right address or location. Apple has introduced a lot of cool new features with 3D Touch, which can be utilized in many apps from Home screen of your iPhone.

Navigating through serpentine avenues is now a breeze with Apple Maps on your iPhone 6s. Use 3D Touch feature and you can get directions and other related info. But this is not the only thing you want to do with Apple Maps. The app can offer something more than what you expect.

How to Get Quick Info in Apple Maps with 3D Touch

The Maps app is used for multiple benefits; people now use this app to look up businesses in the city, their phone numbers, hours of operation, website and other useful info. With 3D Touch feature integrated into iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, this has become all the more easy.

How to Use 3D Touch to Get Quick Info in Apple Maps on iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

Step #1. Open Maps app on your iPhone (or you can hard press on the app to bring options.)

Step #2. Search for business or location with the help of Search option.

Search in Apple Maps Using 3D TouchIf you are using 3D Touch on Map, Search is the last option in the pop-up menu.

Step #3. Rather tapping on the result, press hard on it.

Use 3D Touch in Apple Maps Search Result

This will show you the full name of the location or business you have searched. Below this, you can see four useful options: Directions, Call, Open Homepage, and Share Location.

View Quick Info in Apple Maps using 3D Touch on iPhone 6s

You can use this information as per your need; if you want to reach there, use directions; if you want to make an inquiry, call the business or location; to get more information about the business, check its website; and you can share location with other people in your contacts.

This quick information can be very helpful when you are in a hurry and want to reach somewhere immediately. Use this feature while you are on the go.

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