You can easily change the Weather app on iPhone to display the temperature degrees in fahrenheit or celsius, regardless of what country or region you’re. Yes that means if you’re in the USA you can set weather to Celsius or if you’re in Europe you can set weather to display in Fahrenheit, or whatever other preference you may have regardless of where you are located on planet Earth.
Adjusting the temperature format on iPhone Weather app is just a matter of toggling a switch, but it’s slightly hidden so you may have missed the degrees setting before when looking around in the app.
How to Change Weather Degrees from Fahrenheit to Celsius on iPhone Weather App
- Open the Weather app on iPhone
- Tap the little three-lines button in the corner to bring up the Weather app list view
- Scroll to the very bottom of the weather app list to find the temperature toggle, then tap the “C” for Celsius or the “F” for Fahrenheit
The change takes effect immediately and all temperature locations in the weather list view will adjust to the new weather format, whether it’s celsius or degrees. The temperature degrees setting will also persist for future uses of the app, so if you close the app and open it again it will remember whether you set to display temperature in celsius or fahrenheit.
You can easily change the temperature from celsius to fahrenheit or back again just by repeating the steps and tapping on the C or F button at the bottom of the Weather list view. At the moment you can not simultaneously view temperatures in both celsius and fahrenheit on the iPhone Weather app.
iPhone (and iPad) users can also use Siri to convert temperatures from celsius to fahrenheit and vice versa if they don’t want to make the broader adjustment in Weather app too.
It’s worth remembering that while you’re in the Weather list view, which allows for checking multiple locations quickly, you can also add new weather locations by tapping the (+) plus button at the bottom of the list too. Add as many destinations, locations, cities, towns, or places you’d like, it’s a nice feature for travelers or those who move between regional zones with different weather and climates.
Oh and by the way, if you’re a weather nut you might also want o know how to type the degree symbol on the iOS keyboard by using the zero key, it works the same on iPhone and iPad.