There is a pretty big difference between the numeric values of temperature if you are using Celsius vs Fahrenheit. At least there is for a lot of temperatures.
So if you are expecting to see a significantly larger number than what is being shown when you open the Weather app on your iPhone, then you might be wondering how to change weather to Fahrenheit on iPhone 13.
Our tutorial below will help you to find this setting so that you can make the switch and start seeing temperatures in the unit of measurement with which you are more comfortable.
How to Change Temperature Units on an iPhone 13
- Tap Settings.
- Select Weather.
- Choose a temperature unit.
Our guide continues below with more information on how to change weather to Fahrenheit on iPhone, including pictures of these steps.
When you open the Weather app on your iPhone to check the temperature you probably see that temperature in the units that are most commonly used in your location.
If you are in the United States, that means the temperature is most likely displayed in Fahrenheit.
But this is a setting that you can adjust on your phone, meaning that you can use Celsius if you prefer.
You can change the iPhone 13 Weather temperature units by going to Settings > Weather > then choosing the Celsius or Fahrenheit option under Temperature Units.
Now when you open the Weather app the temperatures will be shown in the new unit instead.
You can continue reading our tutorial below for more about the iPhone Weather app.
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How to Use Different Temperatures for iPhone Weather (Guide with Pictures)
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 13 in the iOS 15.4.1 operating system.
Step 1: Open the Settings app.
Step 2: Scroll down and choose the Weather option.
Step 3: Tap the desired temperature unit.
Now that you know how to change weather to Fahrenheit on Iphone you will be able to come back here in the future if the units are changed again for some reason.
Our tutorial continues below with additional discussion about changing settings for the weather that is displayed on your iPhone.
More Information on Using Fahrenheit and Celsius on an iPhone 13
While the main location where you will see this change is the default Weather app, there are other apps that use and display weather data as well. If they are utilizing the temperature data from your device then they will use the chosen temperature units as well.
There aren’t a lot of other settings that you can change on the Settings > Weather menu, but you can make some adjustments directly in the Weather app.
For example, when you open Weather you can tap the button with three lines at the bottom-right of the screen. This will show you additional weather locations that you might have saved.
There is also a button with three dots at the top-right of the screen where you can add or remove locations for the weather. You can also change the notification settings and adjust the temperature units.
If you choose the Notifications option you will be able to have the Weather app let you know when it is about to rain or snow in your current location. You can also turn it on for other cities you have added.
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