Get the Hidden Weather LockScreen Widget in iOS 12 on iPhone [How-to]

How to Get the Hidden Weather Lock Screen Widget in iOS 12 on iPhone

Did you know that iOS 12 features weather Lockscreen widget? Before you start thinking of giving it a shot right away, let me tell you that it’s slightly concealed. So, how do you get the hidden weather widget on your iOS device?

Another important thing worth noting is that you can’t use the weather widget as and when you want. I mean you can see it only at the end of Do Not Disturb at bedtime session.

How to Unlock Hidden Weather Lock Screen Widget on iPhone Running iOS 12

Ensure that the Weather App Can Always Access Your Location

The first thing you should do is set the app to always access your location. It will keep the local weather up-do-date.

Step #1. Open Settings app → Tap on Privacy on your iOS device.

Tap on Settings then Privacy in iOS 11

Step #3. Next, tap on Location Services.

Tap on Location Services on iPhone Running iOS 12

Step #4. Next up, scroll down and tap on Weather.

Tap on Weather on iPhone Running iOS 12

Step #5. Up next, select Always.

Select Always in Weather section in iOS 12

Enable Do Not Disturb at Bedtime

The hidden weather widget will appear only when Do Not Disturb at Bedtime is enabled. It basically hides the notifications and also dims the display. Only time and date are shown on the screen when it’s ON. Besides, it also shows the weather widget on the next morning. Head over here to turn on DND for bedtime.

Weather Lock Screen Widget in iOS 12 on iPhone

Keep in mind, the widget will show up only at the end of the DND session. To check out whether it works or not, you can set a short session of a couple of minutes. And, as soon as it’s finished, the widget will appear on the screen. It will go away once the device has been unlocked.

That’s pretty much it!

Signing off

What’s your take on this concealed weather widget? Would you like having it full time or content with what it has to offer now? Toss up your thoughts in the comments.

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