Apple has formally discontinued the well-known weather software Dark Sky. In April 2020, the Cupertino-based tech behemoth purchased Dark Sky. Then, in September 2020, the firm took the weather app off the App Store, which has since ceased functioning for all of its customers.
After purchasing Dark Sky in 2020, Apple added its numerous capabilities to the Weather app that comes pre-installed on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The characteristics of Dark Sky have been incorporated into Apple Weather.
Apple Weather provides notifications, high-resolution radar, hourly forecasts for the next ten days, next-hour precipitation, and hyperlocal forecasts for your current location.
On devices running iOS 16, iPad OS 16, and macOS 13 Ventura, Apple Weather is accessible. Here are some pointers to get you started if you’re new to “Apple Weather,” “referred to as “Apple.”
On March 31, Apple will stop providing access to the Dark Sky API for outside weather apps. In addition, two months after its takeover, in July 2020, Dark Sky discontinued its Wear OS and Android apps.
Apple Developing New iPad Pro Models
Apple is reportedly developing new iPad Pro models, according to recent reports. The two new OLED iPad Pro versions are anticipated to go on sale in the first quarter of 2024, according to MacRumours. The report also states that the business plans to introduce the new iPad Mini at the same time as the new iPad Pro models in early 2024.
If the rumor is accurate, Apple will be increasing the screen size of iPad Pro models for the first time. It is anticipated that the corporation may reduce the bezel size to achieve the screen size.
In October 2022, Apple updated its 11-inch and 12.3-inch iPad Pro models by equipping them with the most recent M2 chipset.