How to access your iPhone’s hidden interactive weather map

The launch of iOS 15 last year brought across-the-board improvements to Apple’s iPhone operating system. With this significant update came an overhaul to several applications installed on the OS by default, including the popular iPhone Weather app.

Some of these new features are fairly hard to miss. For example, we’ve found the colored bar with a little white dot on it pretty handy over the last few months. This dot tells you where the current temperature falls in relation to the expected high and low temperatures for the day – the same dot can be seen on the UV scale and sunset times.

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Of course, the above is a mostly self-explanatory upgrade that can be spotted just by booting up the latest version of the Weather app. However, you might not know that some of the most useful features added by iOS 15 are actually tucked away behind a string of menus. This includes the new interactive weather map, which you can see in action in the video below.

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