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Activating the Hidden Weather Block widget in iPhone version 12 " iPhone & iPhone
There' are a number of things that make your iPhone great, but lock-screen widegets are not. When you want more information on your lock monitor than date, hour and alerts without having to access a side bar with Widgets, you would normally look towards Android. Though, the aim of iPhone 12 is to rock this a little with a weather hidden weather blocker for the lock window - not for today display.
Not something Apple released during the WWDC 2018 WWDC keyboard note launch, but you can see it clearly on the iPhone X when Craig Federighi talked about softly fading into alerts with Do Not Disturb. When you are just using iOS 12 and want this Widget to be displayed on your iPhone primo, there really isn't much to do.
Its only disadvantage is that you cannot always see this weather-website. It is part of the "Do not disturb" function, especially the "Sleep Timer Mode". "So you can only see the widgets when a Do Not Disturb meeting is over and the iPhone is blocked.
After unlocking, the widget disappears until the end of the next Do Not Disturb series. Because of the way the weather wizard works, it is necessary that the weather application can always reach your area. When you have selected "While using the app" or "Never", the weather wizard will never appear on the lockscreens.
Choose "Weather" below and make sure that "Always" is activated. Because you can only access the widgets via the bedtime mode in "Do not disturb", you must set a period for "Do not disturb" and make sure that the "bedtime mode" is switched on. At the end of this period, the weather wizard appears on your screen with an inviting alarm such as " Good morning " or " Good day ".
As soon as you unblock your iPhone, the app disappears. If you want to see the weather about 30 min before your morning run or neighbourhood tour, for example, set the" Do not disturb" to e.g. 14:00-14:01, where "Bedtime mode" is used. Then when you collect your iPhone between the end of Do Not Disturb and, say, your 2:30 pm hike or run, you'll see exactly how the weather is before you go outside.
Now all you have to do is waken up (if you adjust it to your real alarm time) to your weather-website! When you first awaken your iPhone outside the "Do not disturb" window, you will be welcomed with the weather wizard and the text "Good[time/night]".
As soon as you unblock your iPhone, the widget will of course dissapear until the next planned DND period has expired. Tap the widgets to make them go away. What's even more horrible is when you wake up the iPhone but don't turn it on and then let the LCD go out. Hopefully Apple will implement a more persistent weather wizard for the lock monitor, but until then we will just reset our "don't disturb" timings on the basis of when we want to see the weather forcast.