How To Convert Units And Currency In iPhone’s Calculator App

iOS 18 Calculator app conversions

iOS 18’s Calculator app gets a variety of new features in the latest update. One such feature integrates a full-fledge unit and currency converter inside the seemingly simple Calculator app.

In this guide, we will show you how you can use the Calculator app to convert Units and Currencies on an iPhone that is running iOS 18 or later.

Convert Units And Currency In Calculator App

Step 1. Launch the Calculator app and tap on the ‘Calculator’ button.

iOS 18 Calculator app

Step 2. From the popup menu turn on the toggle for ‘Convert’.

Step 3. Now tap on the Unit label to change it.

iOS 18 Calculator unit conversion

Step 4. From the Units screen select the unit that you want to convert into.

Note: You can select the type of unit you want to convert from the menu bar just below the search bar. For instance, to convert currency, simply tap on the ‘Currency’ option.

iOS 18 Calculator app conversions

Step 5. After selecting the Unit type, choose the unit or currency that you need to convert by tapping on it from the list.

Step 6. Next change the second unit where you want to make the conversions and repeat these steps to select your desired unit or currency.

After selecting the right unit or currency you can enter your numbers and Calculator will automatically convert them into your desired unit. You can quickly swap the positions of the units by tapping on the arrow button when you want to enter data in the second unit.

With the Calculator app in iOS 18 and iPadOS 18, you can convert the following units:

  • Angle
  • Area
  • Currency
  • Data
  • Energy
  • Force
  • Fuel
  • Length
  • Power
  • Pressure
  • Speed
  • Temperature
  • Time
  • Volume
  • Weight

By integrating the unit and currency conversion into the iOS 18 app, Apple has eliminated the need to use a third-party app or search engines to perform basic conversions for iPhone and iPad users.

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