Submits a forward-geocoding request using the specified string and region information.
- iOS 5.0+
- macOS 10.8+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+Beta
- tvOS 9.0+
- watchOS 2.0+
- Core Location
A string describing the location you want to look up. For example, you could specify the string “1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA” to locate Apple headquarters.
A geographical region to use as a hint when looking up the specified address. Specifying a region lets you prioritize the returned set of results to locations that are close to some specific geographical area, which is typically the user’s current location. If the application is authorized for location services and you specify
nilfor this parameter, the set of results is prioritized based on the user’s approximate location. Calling this method does not trigger a location services authorization request.
The handler block to execute with the results. The geocoder executes this handler regardless of whether the request was successful or unsuccessful. For more information on the format of this block, see
This method submits the specified location data to the geocoding server asynchronously and returns. Your completion handler block will be executed on the main thread.
After initiating a forward-geocoding request, do not attempt to initiate another forward- or reverse-geocoding request. Geocoding requests are rate-limited for each app, so making too many requests in a short period of time may cause some of the requests to fail. When the maximum rate is exceeded, the geocoder passes an error object with the value
CLError to your completion handler.