There’s no shortage of people who like to stay on top of the weather, especially during stormy seasons. You can have all the weather apps you want, but you won’t be able to see what’s happening outside unless you actually open those apps.
Of all the things you might check your iPhone or iPad for throughout the day, Weather might be pretty high on that list, especially if you do outdoor activities and want to make sure you won’t be getting poured on.
Apple's line of tablets are pretty powerful and helpful. And while some folks might see plenty of shortcomings with iPadOS, it's also plenty useful. And it's getting better with iPadOS 16, which is expected to arrive later this fall. To that end, Apple is finally getting around to adding one of the most important apps the company's tablets have been missing for years.
Jailbreakers who are in the market to make their iPhone’s Control Center interface much more powerful can take advantage of a newly released jailbreak tweak called BetterCC by iOS developer Miguelaka95.
One thing I’ve always liked about jailbreaking is that I could improve the accessibility of outdoor weather condition information. Popular tweaks I’ve used in the past include Forecast and Meteor, but newer iterations of iOS most certainly call for newer solutions.
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 to keep a track of the AQI or Air Quality Index on a regular basis. Bad air consists of pollutants, allergens, and pollens that 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.
In this article, you'll learn how to get the AQI on your iPhone and Apple Watch using the Weather app, Air Quality app, and Google Maps.
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.