The application will automatically install, and then we'll be able to tap "OPEN". Alternatively, we'll have an icon that will appear on the main screen of our phone. This concludes our tutorial on how to use the Weather Channel for the iPhone 6, for downloading and installing. Please make sure to watch the next part of this series where we discuss using and setting up the...As ever, thanks for choosing VisiHow. Have a great day. Comments and suggestions I
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Add Weather Locations
You're watching VisiHow. This tutorial is part of our series on how to use the Weather Channel application for your iPhone 6. In this part, we're going to show you how to add a location, and follow that location to receive current weather updates.
This turns it on. It will always be on, and will constantly update the weather. If we're having problems with our battery, we can make sure to view the article on this website on the ways we can save and conserve battery use on the iPhone 6.
Otherwise, we can push up to see the extended forecast
This will allow us to see the weather "Right Now", the sunrise, the sunset, "Hourly" information, and the "10 Day" forecast as well. Additionally, we've got "Maps" and "Current Radar" informing us of any storms or other issues that may be around.
Video: Use the Weather Channel App for iPhone Add Weather Locations
Setup Weather Alerts
You're watching VisiHow. This is part of our tutorial series on how to use the weather application for the iPhone 6. In this part of the series, we will be discussing how you can set up weather alerts to inform you of approaching rain or thunderstorms, which may impact your plans, or otherwise change how you go about your day.
Now, each day, we'll receive a notification at 6:00 am in the morning of any impending storms or other rain systems that may be around
If we want to change those options, we simply tap on the time, and then we can change it from there. This concludes our tutorial on how to set up weather alerts on the Weather Channel application for the iPhone 6. If you have any additional questions or comments, please leave them in
Video: Use the Weather Channel App for iPhone Setup Weather Alerts
Change Temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius
You're watching VisiHow. This is part of our series on how to use the Weather Channel application for your iPhone 6. In this part of the series, we're going to be discussing how to change the units used to represent temperature, from Fahrenheit to Celsius. In addition, we're going to show you how to swipe through different weather stations, or locations that you may have set up.