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App icons don't reflect what's going on
Feel sorry for those in the rainy climes of Seattle, London, Helsinki, or anywhere in Russia during the winter months. For iPhone owners, it's permanently sunny and a hearty 73°F. Except it's not. It's cold and windy, and it hasn't stopped raining in days. If Windows Phone devices can update their app tiles automatically, why can't iPhones and iPads simply reflect what the actual weather is without opening the app? So many examples, so little time. And by the way, it's not 10:15, as so the clock says — except maybe twice a day.