The new iOS 16 update has proven to be a delight for many iPhone users due to its customizable lock screen and impressive iMessage editing tools.
However, it also came with a few bugs that interfered with user experiences. Some of the issues they are facing include ghost touch and battery percentage issues.
Lately, it seems that the Weather app on iOS 16 is having issues where the weather forecast is not accurate for many.
iOS 16 weather app showing incorrect temperature
Many iOS 16 users are reporting an issue where the Weather app is not showing correct weather and temperature information.
@zollotech I’ve read many complaints from Europe and myself regarding the Apple Weather app in #iOS16. They are showing wrong data and it is not the same as from their sources. How is it in the USA? Better or worse?
First, I checked all the official weather stations in my area and it doesn’t seem like Apple Weather is getting data from them. Also, the weather forecast shows rain, but the hourly forecast shows only a cloud. Will Apple fix this problem?
Weather data accuracy is only buggy on devices running iOS 16, as those with iOS 15 still see accurate information.
Affected users have tried deleting and reinstalling the app several times, but to no avail.
Weather app crashes when a location is deleted
Apart from the app predicting incorrect weather conditions, it also crashes when a location is deleted or removed.
I tried deleting the city of Cupertino from my weather app, and it just crashes. On iPhone 14 pro.
Am I the only one? In iOS 16, on a fresh install, when you try to delete a location in the Weather app (Cupertino, where I don’t live, so I want to delete it), it literally crashes the app right there.
In some cases, users cannot add new locations because they are deleted when the app is reopened.
Unfortunately, Apple did not acknowledge the issue where the Weather app shows incorrect temperature on iOS 16. But a concerned user claims that the crashing issue has already been resolved.
There is also no workaround that can help temporarily fix the problem. Thus, users will have to wait for the team to come up with a definitive fix.
We’ll keep an eye on the issue and update the article as something noteworthy happens.
REMARK: You can also check our iOS 16 bug/issue tracker.
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