One of the great benefits that smartphones have has to do with time. With those apps that, at least in the case of iOS, are native and come standard, they are able to tell us where the meteorology shots that are going to go in the following days are going to go, to be cautious and take an umbrella for if the flies. Now, Apple wants to add one more element that will also be very useful to us. One of those parameters is air quality. Information that we already have available on mobile phones through web pages or specialized apps and that transmit the data generated by the different measurement stations located near the city in which we live in practically real time. A piece of information that can mark the type of mobility that can be carried out in the following days. Now in more countries The fact is that this air quality information reached US users within the iOS weather application last September, with the release of version 14 before the release. the sale of the new iPhone 12. The news is that in the published betas of iOS 14.7 that extra information has been sighted in the builds that will reach other countries, so in Cupertino they have finally decided to extend this new function. And we have to congratulate ourselves because we are included in the list of countries that will receive this information on air quality, along with Canada, the Netherlands, France, Italy and many other territories. Of course, it must be said that we cannot talk about measurements at the national level but rather by cities, which have these systems installed and can be reported to the application. If your town does not have this type of measurement station, then the data of the closest one could appear, which will practically coincide with the largest city in your province. As always, this index will move around a measurement ranging from 0 to 500, with the highest number being the worst air quality and the lowest being the healthiest. So everything that moves within a color other than green will mean that the authorities could implement some of the anti-pollution plans that, as a general rule, tend to restrict the mobility of the most polluting vehicles through the center of large cities.