Apple Maps Not Showing Map: Top 6 Methods to Fix the Issue

If you have an iPhone and are having trouble locating your current location on the maps app, don’t worry. In this blog post, we’ll go through the top 6 methods to fix this issue.

Firstly, the location service should be checked to see if it’s turned on. To enable this, go to settings on your phone, scroll down to privacy, and tap it. You should see the location service, and you can toggle it on. Then, go back to maps app to see if the service is available or not.

Secondly, set up time zone automatically. Go to settings, then general, then data and time, and toggle on the set automatically button. Sometimes, the wrong time zone can lead to a location failure.

Thirdly, check out apps using Wi-Fi and cellular. Go to settings and WLAN, tap apps using WLAN and cellular, and find maps. Make sure Wi-Fi and cellular are both available for maps. If you’ve tried the above method, restarting the app may also do the trick. Simply swipe up from the bottom of the screen, then swipe up the maps app to kill the progress, then launch the maps again. Alternatively, you can consider restarting your iPhone.

Lastly, reset network settings because most of the time, location issues are caused by network errors. But be aware that resetting all network settings means you will also lose your previous Wi-Fi password. Once done, you just need to wait for your device to reboot.

If you think that the above methods are complex, there is also an alternative you can use. It’s called Tenorshare iBoot, and you can get your iPhone system refreshed with standard repair without losing any data. You don’t even need to back up your iPhone before refreshing.

In conclusion, there are various methods to fix the Apple Maps location issue. Try the above methods, and if it helps, give us a thumbs up.