I would like to see the current temperature on the first page (under Siri app suggestion) on iPad mini 2. But I don't like location services being on.

Is it possible just to set up one fixed location (the city I'm living in)?

It seems I cannot find such an option. But, still, I have a hope it is somewhere.

Update: I do not have any weather app, but there is a weather widget on first page of the home screen. On the screenshot the weather widget is displayed, I templorary turned on Location Services to take a screenshot. Weather details display only when Always Allow Location Services for weather app is enabled. enter image description here

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First of all, open weather.app and tap the bulleted list in the bottom-right.


Then click the plus button and search for your location. This will then appear at the bottom of your list. Hold your finger on it and then slide it to the top of the page (underneath your current location).

Then go to Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services -> Weather and click Never.


Then when you return to the weather.app the location should appear at the top and be the default.


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    I don't have any weather app installed on my ipad. I searched this, and it appears I'm not the only one with weather app missing
    – Qeeet
    Feb 8, 2019 at 22:05
  • @qeeet there is no way to set the widget and the iPad doesn’t currently come with a weather.app
    – user310476
    Feb 9, 2019 at 21:21

It is indeed confusing that is similar to iPhone weather, but it is not that...

Get AccuWeather app


Use the DarkSky app. Apple owns it so even though you have to install it, it’s basically a first party app now and has the widget option and let’s you choose locations without enabling location services.

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