Change Weather App Temperature Units to Celsius in iOS 13 [Tutorial]

Jan 17, 2020
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Here's how you can switch the Weather app temperature units to Celsius from Fahrenheit in iOS 13 running on an iPhone.

Learn to Switch the Weather App Temperature Units to Celsius or Fahrenheit on the Fly and Never Get into Unit-Based Conversations Again

Depending on where you live, you either check your local temperature in either Celsius or Fahrenheit. This is obviously a choice in the Weather app on the iPhone as well. And little do people know that it's fairly easy to switch between the two as well. In today's tutorial we will show you how to change the Weather app temperature units to Celsius from Fahrenheit or the other way around.

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Tutorial

Step 1. Launch the Weather app.

Step 2. Tap on the List icon on the bottom right hand corner of the display.

Step 3. You'll see the Celsius and Fahrenheit switching button on the bottom left. Switch to your preferred unit from here.

That's it, there's nothing more to it, really. In case you're wondering at this point, the default temperature unit is set based on the region set on the device. But of course, with a simple press of a button you can just change the Weather app temperature units on the fly.

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While this method applies to the iPhone running iOS 13, there's a weather widget in iPad running iPadOS which shows the temperature in either Celsius or Fahrenheit. In order to switch between units on the iPad, simply navigate to Settings > General > Language & Region and then tap on Temperature Unit. Just select your preferred weather units and you are good to go. You can use the same method on your iPhone too, though you have a simple little switch in the Weather app and that's more than enough. But hey, options, right?

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