It’s time for Apple to get rid of this iPhone feature

The iOS World Clock missed out on an upgrade, and if Apple can’t find time to fix this strangely outdated feature, the iOS World Clock might just be gone — there are other, better options hidden within iOS itself. But since we know iOS 16 is up and running, there’s never been a better time for Apple to let go of the tangled trappings that limit the World Clock’s realization of its full potential.

Of course, just finding the world clock is not easy. I’m sure there are more than a few die-hard iOS users who haven’t bothered to touch it, as it’s been moved to a small tab tucked away in one corner of the Clock app. I never used it myself until last year, when I started working remotely with colleagues in different time zones around the world.