Switching from Google Maps to Apple Maps--a few questions
I used Android for 5 years before getting an iPhone last weekend and I want to go all-in with the Apple ecosystem. I've been messing around with Apple Maps when I can to get it to work the way Google Maps always did for me and I have a couple of questions.
1. Google Maps allowed me to save locations for later use (i.e "star") that are not in my contacts. I did this just yesterday to plan a road trip with multiple destinations. Can you do the same thing with Apple Maps?
2. Google Maps is available in a desktop web browser, which I like for planning aforementioned road trips since I work faster with a mouse and keyboard. Did I miss something or does Apple Maps not have a comparable web site or Windows app?
3. I've never seen a traffic alert on my iPhone. I have my (fake) home and work addresses in my contact info but it never offers to tell me how long it will take me to get to work or home. If I open the app I can see the map with traffic info about as accurate as Google ever was, but no alerts. Google Maps would pop an alert even when I didn't really need them, but it would always let me know if there would be a delay on the drive home so I could consider alternate routes or a late day at the office rather than sit in traffic. Of course, I've owned an iPhone for exactly 2 business days and rush hour traffic hasn't been too bad here, so maybe that's why.
I really want to learn the Apple way so any help is appreciated. If I have to I'll just go back to Google Maps.