Apple Maps offers the same sort of editing features that Google Maps does: You can add missing information, report inaccuracies, and claim your own business listing. And you can perform these tasks on both an iPhone and a Mac computer.
On iOS, open the app and tap the Info button (it looks like an "i" in a circle) in the top left corner. This gives you the option to Add a Place or Report an Issue. On your computer, use the Apple Maps app for macOS: Open the Maps menu and choose Report an Issue, which opens another menu that includes the Add a Place option, as well as other choices like editing road and place names and transport information, or reporting a different issue.
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If you pick Add a Place, Apple Maps will ask what you want to add: a business, landmark, or street. In each case, you drag a pin across the map to specify where the new object should land, and then you answer questions about it. For example, if you add a business, you can upload photos, mention a category, and list opening hours. In the case of a new street, all you need to specify...