Apple Weather App Issues Are Letting Apple Down

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Apple weather app issues have been appearing on the Internet since midnight. Whenever a person opens the Apple Weather app, the application doesn’t display any date. However, there is one oddity to note.

Most iPhone users can see little data, while some can’t see anything at all. On the other hand, the Apple Watch app works fine. It has been about 10 hours; the problems with the Apple Weather app are still unresolved. Mostly, these types of problems occur when Apple’s servers go offline or some technical issues affect the servers.

Apple Weather App Issues Are Leaving iOS Users In Absolute KIOS…

The System Status dashboard shows a blank display. This issue is similar to the server issues. The weather app shows a yellow “problem” diamond; when users click on it, it shows the forecast for the next hour in Alaska. There is no weather forecast at all.

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Apple users all over the world are noticing this issue. The weather app on almost every iOS platform, including iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and iOS, behaves the same way. Apple says, “Next hour precipitation for Alaska may be unavailable due to a data provider outage.” To be more precise, users are receiving the following message:

Weather Issue
Today, 4:00 AM ongoing
Some users are affected
Next-hour precipitation may be unavailable for Alaska due to a data provider outage.

All other Apple services are working fine, while the Apple Weather app is still experiencing issues. The company is currently working to resolve this issue, according to the Apple System Status webpage.

Apple says that most users have been facing this issue since the last night, but a few users have been reporting this issue since the iOS 16.4 update. Experts believe that the issue occurred soon after Apple reintroduced Dark Sky. The introduction of Dark Sky has significantly improved the Apple Weather app.

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