Here is how you can view the weather in Apple Maps

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iOS 10.3 brings in some useful upgrades and new features to the iOS platform such as Find My AirPods and Theater mode. If you are a big fan of Apple’s Maps app, iOS 10.3 will give you a glimpse of the weather wherever you go. Specifically, the latest update allows users to 3D Touch the newly added weather icon to get the current weather conditions in your area.


If you are one of those who frequently take long driving trips, chances are that you want to take a peek at the current weather conditions at your planned destination without leaving your Maps app on your iPhone or iPad.

In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to view the Weather conditions in Apple Maps app for iPhone and iPad

Before we get started, note that iOS 10.3 is still in beta stages, so it may come with a few screen glitches and random resets, so we recommend you wait until it becomes more stable.

Steps to view the weather in Apple Maps app

Step one: First and foremost, you are supposed to launch the Maps app from your home screen. After that, all you need to do is to 3D Touch the weather icon located in the lower right corner of the screen

Step two: Once you are done, you will see the weather forecast and other weather details for your current location.

That’s it! You can repeat the above process if you want to get a glimpse of the current weather conditions in another location right within the Apple Maps app, eliminating the need to switch the app.

In reality, with iOS 10, Apple is polishing up its Apple Maps with some new features and UI changes. Maps app is now bright, colorful and more accurate. All you need to do is to enter your destination and it tells you how to get there.

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