If your iPhone is jailbroken and you’re interested in a free and convenient way to upgrade that stock-looking Lock Screen of yours, then a great place to start would be with a new jailbreak tweak release called WeatherLS by iOS developer ginsudev.
Apple's Weather app for iPhone has a very handy feature that will push a notification to your device when rain, snow, hail or sleet is about to start or stop. But how do you set up and use this handy feature and are these notifications available in your country?
You may not care much about the inexplicable lack of a default Weather app for iPad, but iPadOS 15 makes up for that with a Weather widget. There's just one problem with it.
If you're living in an area that's known to have poor air quality, then it's best keep a track of the AQI or Air Quality Index on a regular basis. Bad air consists of pollutants, allergens, pollens, and can cause long-term health problems. The Air Quality Index reports daily air quality and ranges from 0 to 500. When it comes to AQI, lower is always better. There are plenty of ways to track AQI, and you can do so right from your iPhone or Apple Watch.
Have you ever glanced at someone else’s Android 12 device and thought to yourself, “I wish my iPhone’s Lock Screen looked that cool?”
If you answered yes, then you might be excited to learn that there’s a new jailbreak tweak for that.
An issue with Apple Weather has been making rounds, prompting silly speculation that the app was designed to avoid showing 69° as a temperature. Nothing could be further from the truth—in reality, this odd bug is a programming error that has already been fixed in iOS 15.
The Weather app for iPhone and iPad is plagued with the stupidest bug you could imagine, preventing it from displaying the temperature of 69 degrees Fahrenheit anywhere in the forecast.
iPhone users that want to know more about the weather outside have a couple of options: 1) view the Weather widget; or 2) open the Weather app.
Even as we approach the upcoming iOS 15 release, it’s somewhat upsetting to reflect upon how the iPhone still doesn’t display weather information on the Lock Screen, as it would provide users with valuable information without unlocking their handset.
Apple is introducing iOS 15 today at its keynote for Worldwide Developers Conference. And, as expected, the Weather app is getting some love this time around.
Apple's Weather app displays air-quality information for the US and a handful of other countries, but iOS 14.7 will expand the feature's availability to additional markets and regions.
The iPad offers the same useful Control Center interface that the iPhone and iPod touch do, and while that’s great, it’s also the biggest problem.
While Control Center’s features are both convenient and useful, the issue I take with the interface on the iPad is that it leaves so much screen real estate unused. In fact, it’s literally an iPhone’s Control Center interface crammed at the edge of the iPad’s large display.
If you're tired of weather client with boring interfaces and uncustomizable widgets, you may want to check Today Weather. We've mentioned the app a few times in the past, but with the recent 2.0 update adding a number of new features, it is time to shine some light on it again.