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Multiple locations; focus on vertical rather than horizontal
You can add different cities from all around the world, and immediately see what the conditions are outside based on their slide on the screen. Weather is generally a dark app, compared to the bright whites and clear spaces around the operating system. But it's far from being skeuomorphic like iOS 6 and prior versions were.
Swipe features, right to left
The clock app, which has much of the same features as the weather app — with slides and world times, versus weather — is bright white and almost colorless. Again, it includes the red left-swipe to delete entries. With a mix of text and buttons, it's not always clear what is tappable and what isn't.
Bright white spaces, except when Apple changes its mind
The clock app is simple and elegant nonetheless. Like previous versions, it displays a darker clock for nighttime and a lighter clock for daylight hours. It also explicitly states what day it is and how far ahead or behind a place is, using this natural language feedback that Apple seems to have embraced with this iOS version.