San Diego, Calif.
— Apple’s big-screened version of its weather app for iOS 11 will come to the iPhone X this fall, according to a new report.
The app is reportedly slated to be unveiled in September in San Francisco.
The report says that the iPhone and Apple Watch versions of Weather will be available to both iOS users and watchOS users.
Apple Watch users will be able to see the forecast through the watch’s OLED screen and Siri.
Apple’s Weather app for the iPhone has been a divisive product.
The app is currently only available on the iPhone 4s and Apple’s iPhone SE.
Apple has also been rumored to be working on a standalone version of Weather that will offer the same functionality as the standalone app, but with a new twist.
It seems that Apple is also working on another version of the weather app that could offer some of the same features as Weather for the Apple Watch.
In a statement to Recode, Apple said that it would not be making any more announcements about the upcoming version of iOS 11.