Apple weather widget not updating
This include: Default City Step 2: Set it to Current location or the city of your choice.
Step 3: Try to delete the cities you have on the weather app and reload them.
Read: How to Perform a Clean Install of OS X El Capitan Then again, it can still serve its purposes, which is why you might want it enabled.
In OS X El Capitan, Apple has kept it disabled and users have to enable it manually to get it working again.
With the default Weather app on your Apple Watch, you can immediately know the current temperature, future forecast, and avoid the hassle of looking it up on a laptop or i OS device.
While this application performs really well most of the time, some users recently reported a few problems with it.
Dashboard was similarly disabled by default on OS X Yosemite.
A message pops up every few minutes letting me know it stopped working and I can't continue using the phone until I clear the message.
The correct behavior should be that, whenever the notification center slides out, the today widget fetches the user's current location and display the local time and weather.
Apple has quietly disabled Dashboard by default in the seventh beta of OS X El Capitan, an unsurprising move given the ten-year-old widget feature on Mac has not been updated in over four years and looks increasingly poised for retirement.
Then, tap on the Dashboard key on your keyboard to bring up the window.
Dashboard was introduced on OS X Tiger in 2005 and acts as a secondary desktop for widgets such as a calculator, calendar, clock, weather, stocks, sticky notes, mini games, dictionary, flight tracker and more.
In the few hours since I started writing this up, I notice that the information is now correct. It’s supposed to just work, because that’s Apple’s way.