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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by zhaoxin, Dec 12, 2015.
The old one was without the last letter C or F. left(new)/right(old)
I abandoned that months ago. Use Dark Sky or Carrot. It crushes the native AW complication.
Mine doesn't have the unit:
Mine only has a º symbol too. Must only be certain countries.
Mine also just has a º symbol (currently 8º, fact fans).
This has made me add the Dark Sky complication though but I like the immediacy of the temperature of the native complication so I've dropped the battery percentage and now have a little umbrella with SOON! underneath it next to my 8º. Not my ideal Sunday, weather-wise.
But I wish Dark Sky app would work here...
My native weather also just shows the degree sign. No F or C. Currently 73º - just what you'd expect for the middle of December.
No C or F on mine. Running 2.1
It seams that it affects with language settings. Mine is set with Simplified Chinese.
Dark Sky does work here for me.
I too use Dark Sky, so I didn't even know apple changed its own
Strange for there to be a "F" or "C" with other language settings. I thought it's only the US that uses F...? Makes no sense to distinguish between F and C (and perhaps even to provide the ability to set in F or C) for countries outside of the US.
That's obvious, it works in the US.
But it doesn't work in my country, Portugal, not even on the AppStore.
do you have access carrot weather? it uses the same data and the app is really good.
unfortunately, while the app is fantastic, the forecasts aren't so great at keeping up with local conditions for me. this isn't a problem with @MakerOfCARROT 's app, but with the forecast.io data. i assume OP is in China from their language settings? Quite often it's been raining for an hour and the app tells me its cloudy or even sunny; the very least i expect from weather forecasting is to be able to keep up with local conditions and not rely on some junk forecast that feels like its from 12 hours ago. but thats the data forecast.io provide so that's what i'm stuck with here in China. I wouldn't recommend it in mainland China (there's another app i also use and as soon as they come out with a native watch app, carrot is getting the chop i'm afraid).
however, i believe it's much better in Europe. give it a try. the app itself is fantastic.
In the US almost all languages are spoken.