You can now use Apple Maps and Siri to hail a ride with Uber if you're on iOS 10
Today, it was announced by Mark Gurman on Twitter that Uber would be getting a couple of exciting new features for users of the app on iOS 10. The update looks to be rolling out now for folks who are on Apple's latest version of their mobile OS platform, and the official build for the new update is Version 2.152.9.
In the new update, there's a big focus on making Uber even more accessible for folks on their iPhones and iPads than ever before. If you're using Apple Maps, you can hop on over to the Ride tab of the app and order an Uber ride without having to jump into the actual Uber app. In addition to this, you'll also now be able to request a ride by simply asking Siri. By saying "Siri, get me an Uber", you'll be able to request a ride by using just your voice. Android users have been able to request rides with Uber on the Google Maps app for some time now, so it's great to see iOS users finally getting access to a similar feature. However, the direct integration with Siri does give people on iOS a slight edge when it comes to the service's overall integration with the operating system.
If you've upgraded your iOS-powered device to iOS 10, you should be seeing the update hit your device starting today.
via Slash Gear