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iPhone Alarm Bug Leads To Mass European Sleep-in

November 1st, 2010 11:17 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

nk497 writes “A flaw in the
alarm clock in iPhone 4s gave Europeans
a bit of a lie-in this
morning. While the Apple handsets automatically adjusted to
daylight savings time, a bug in the alarm system meant many were
woken up an hour later than they should have been, after clocks
rolled back over the weekend. Annoyingly, Australia was hit by a
similar problem last month, but Apple failed to fix the problem or
even warn users. American Apple fans, consider yourselves warned.
The iOS4 bug can apparently be avoided by using one-off alarms,
rather than pre-set regular wake-up calls.”

Source: iPhone Alarm Bug Leads To Mass European Sleep-in

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