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Apple’s Weather App is Finally Coming to iPad, 12 Years Later

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One major app has been missing on Apple’s iPad since its launch—and that’s the stock Weather app.

But when iPadOS 16 debuts, that’s going to change as a native Weather app will finally land on the iPad, 12 years after the tablet made its debut.

“The Weather app is now on iPad. Explore full‑screen maps with beautiful animations on the large iPad display,” explains Apple.

When you tap the Weather app’s forecast modules, you’ll get deeper data, such as air quality, local forecasts and more. Apple also says there will be hourly forecasts for the next 10 days, “with minute‑by‑minute precipitation intensity over the next hour.”

Severe weather notifications will also be available, allowing users to “receive government notifications about severe weather events like tornadoes, winter storms, flash floods, and more.”

The Weather app for iPad resembles the design of its iPhone counterpart, and should be a welcome addition to the tablet for many users.

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