A Boolean value that indicates whether the receiver uses phrases such as “today” and “tomorrow” for the date component.
Mac Catalyst 13.0+
YES if the receiver uses relative date formatting, otherwise NO.
If a date formatter uses relative date formatting, where possible it replaces the date component of its output with a phrase—such as “today” or “tomorrow”—that indicates a relative date. The available phrases depend on the locale for the date formatter; whereas, for dates in the future, English may only allow “tomorrow,” French may allow “the day after the day after tomorrow,” as illustrated in the following example.