Apple has announced a new “geothermal” air conditioning feature that will help users get more out of their air conditioners by letting them know when the thertopat gets too hot.
The new feature, which works by asking the user to open up the app to turn on the air conditioner at a certain temperature, is currently only available to Apple Watch owners in the United States and Canada.
This means the feature won’t be rolled out to people outside the US or Canada, but Apple says it is still working with “companies in other countries” to ensure it is ready for use.
The feature will be available on Apple Watch Series 4 and Series 5, which will be released later this year.
The Apple Watch uses an advanced thermostatic algorithm to determine when the temperature is too high to maintain a constant air conditioning rate.
This is achieved by adjusting the air-conditioning mode to turn the therto-electrical system on at a specific temperature.
However, if the temperature rises above a certain level, the thermos-electronic system can’t regulate the air pressure.
Apple says the new feature will allow users to turn off the thermo-electric system and keep their watch’s temperature at a more comfortable temperature, even when the ambient temperature falls below a certain point.
Apple has said it is working with partners to enable the feature in future devices.
“We’re making sure this feature works on the Apple Watch in the future as well, but we’re also making sure that we’re making it available to all Apple Watch users, whether they’re a customer or not,” the company said.
“As an added bonus, we’re offering a free iOS app to all Watch owners to make this feature available to everyone.”
Users in the US and Canada can opt to turn down the thermoregulation setting to only allow the thermodin to work at a set temperature, or to enable it to adjust to the user’s own ambient temperature.
The other way to disable the thermonometer on Apple Watches is by going to Settings > Watch & Sleep and turning it off.
Apple is also looking to get the feature to the US, UK, and Ireland, with the UK launching it later this month.
In addition to enabling the therthermometer on Watch, Apple is looking to add a thermostatically-controlled air condition switch to the Apple TV.
This feature is currently disabled in the UK, but it is planned to be added to the UK and Ireland later this spring.
Apple said that if the feature works well in the U.S., it will roll it out to other countries in the next few months.