Regardless of your regional setting, you can change the weather unit from Celsius to Fahrenheit on your iPhone. There’s a simple toggle available to configure this preference inside the Weather App, in Today View, and in other places on iOS. Find out how to use it!
How to change Celsius to Fahrenheit on iPhone?
With the Apple Weather app, you can get the weather forecast in a simple and intuitive way. Moreover, you can see the current temperature, hourly forecasts for the next 24 hours, and a ten-day forecast for cities around the world.
- Launch the Weather app.
- Tap the List icon at the bottom.
- Tap the Menu icon.
- Scroll down to the unit icon.
- Tap C for Celsius or F for Fahrenheit.
Check out the more detailed view of how to change Celsius to Fahrenheit unit!
How do I change temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit on my iPhone?
Unlock your iPhone and launch the Weather app.
At the bottom of the app’s screen, tap the hamburger icon visible as a little three-line button.
The action when confirmed will bring up the Weather app list view.
Tap the Menu icon visible as 3 horizontal dots in the upper-right corner of the Weather app screen.
Scroll to the very bottom of the weather app list to find the temperature toggle, then tap,
- ‘C’ for Celsius or
- ‘F’ for Fahrenheit
There’s no Fahrenheit to Celsius formula as such. Only a simple toggle to configure the desired option and change weather from Celsius to Fahrenheit.
The change will take effect instantly and you’ll notice that the temperature of all the locations in the weather list view will adjust to the new weather format. If you’ve chosen Celsius, it will be displayed in Celsius.
Also, the temperature degrees setting will persist for future uses of the app. So, if you close the app and open it again, it will remember the changes you made and display the temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion
The temperature scales notify the temperature in both °C and °F. Still, if you would like to use the formula for converting °C into °F, do the following.
Take a number, say 26°C to convert it into °F.
Formula – °F = (°C × 9/5) + 32
°F = (26 × 9/5) + 32 = (46.8) + 32 = 78.8° F.
Final words – Adjusting the temperature format on the iPhone Weather app is just a matter of toggling a switch, but since it remains hidden, it is not readily visible to users. A little effort can do the work for you!
Hope that makes sense!