As most of you are already aware, the planned move over to Daylight Saving Time in the US has caused quite a stir with iPhone and iPod Touch users, as a unique bug occured causing the alarm clock on devices to skip one hour.
When it first happened, not everyone was aware of this problem, and as a result of this, they found themselves waking up an hour later than normal. For those of you who got sucked into the DST issue, what effect did it have on your day-to-day schedule?
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We’re guessing a lot of you got into work late because of the issue, and the excuse given to your superior must of been pretty good – ‘Hello, I’m late because my iPhone didn’t wake me up on time!’ How many of you missed your scheduled public transport because of your trusty iPhone?
Even though the US has now moved into Daylight Saving Time like Europe, iPhone users are still being cautious by resetting their alarms one hour earlier. Apple themselves stated that US iPhone and iPod Touch users still may have issues after the time change, and it wouldn’t be fixed up until they release iOS 4.2.
Do you have a story to tell due to the time changing over? Leave us a comment below.