How to Add a Wake-Up Weather Forecast to Your iPhone Lock Screen
We forecast weather forecasts, but it can make a difference every morning. Apple’s weather app for iOS and iPadOS is a great way to see daily forecasts, but sometimes we can forget to look during our morning rush to work.
One way to start your disgusting day on a dry note is to get a weather update when you wake up. This guide shows how to add a wake-up weather forecast to your iPhone lock screen each morning. This is an easy way to get the weather of the day before you get out of your arrogant, caffeine-deprived bed.
How to add a wake-up weather forecast to your iPhone lock screen
Weather forecasting appears on your “Good Morning” screen – or “Good Evening” screen, depending on your wake-up schedule. It is based on the Bedtime feature introduced in iOS 12 via the watch app. With iOS 14, however, Apple replaced Bedtime with a sleep mode in the Health app. How to enable Good Morning Screen in iOS 14:
Phase 1: Open up Health App and tap Browse Tab in the lower right corner.
Phase 2: Tap Sleep On the following screen.
step 3: If the application does not prompt you to create a schedule, tap Full schedule and options.
step 4: Tap on Toggle Near to Sleep schedule (Green) to turn on.
Step 5: Tap Set your first schedule.
Step 6: set your sleep time And get up Time, plus day You want to activate the schedule, and then tap to link.
Step 7: Scroll down and tap the option.
Step 8: Tap on Toggle Near to Turn on automatically under which sleep mode To enable this feature (green).
If the good morning screen does not appear
If you have created a sleep schedule and the Good Morning screen does not appear, follow these instructions to create a custom do not disturb schedule:
Phase 1: open Adjustment And tap do not disturb.
stage 2: Tap Gray toggle Near to Scheduled. It turns green, indicating that the feature is now active.
step 3: A schedule appears. Choose start time (From) And an end time (Service) By tapping both numbers. The last time should match your wake up time alarm.
step 4: Make sure Dim lock screen (Green) toggled on.
Now we need to check the settings of the weather app:
Step 5: Still on the Do not disturb screen, tap Adjustment Scroll down in the upper-left corner and tap to Privacy.
Step 6: Tap location services.
Step 7: Scroll down and tap weather To set application permission While using the app or While using an application or widget.
After completing these steps, your iPhone’s lock screen will show a brief weather forecast each morning, including the current temperature, expected high and normal weather conditions. This forecast is shown only once each day after your iPhone’s wake up time alarm goes off and you pick up the phone for the first time.
If you don’t use Apple’s Weather app or want more details than it provides, we have a list of the best weather apps for the iPhone. Some of our favorites include The Weather Channel, Acuweather and a few others.