If you'd rather not risk your prior destination history getting snooped on in maps, you can easily clear it out.
Whenever you search for a place in Apple's Maps app for iPhone or iPad, your search queries are saved. The next time you tap on the search field, you'll see all the locations and places you've searched for in reverse chronological order. In other words, most recent on top. What if you don't like your prior searches to show up? That's the issue we're going to tackle today!
How can I delete prior map destinations on my iPhone 6? I can not delete prior map destinations on my iPhone 6. There is no delete button?
While there isn't a delete button, there is a way to clear all your recent searches. Follow along and I'll show you how!
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Unfortunately, clearing your Maps history is currently all or nothing. There's no way to simply select and delete individual search entries. As long as you're okay with eradicating everywhere you've been — which means you'll have to search for them all over again if you ever want to go back — here's how to clean it out.
How to delete previous searches in the Maps app for iPhone and iPad