Many Apple iPhone users got hit by a Daylight Savings Time bug that made iPhone alarms go off an hour later than normal because the device did not adjust the clock of the alarm. According to Engadget, deleting and re-adding the alarms will not fix the issue so affected users will have to wait for a software update from Apple.
Twitter just lit up with reports of recurring iPhone alarms going off an hour later than usual. So even though the iOS clock changed correctly over the weekend, the alarm did not. Thing is, according to a ZDNet Australia report from more than three weeks ago, Apple acknowledged the bug with a promise to fix it with a software update. So why wasn't it rolled out in time to avoid this mess in Europe? Let's see if Apple fixes it before North America makes the switch on November 7th, otherwise, you've been warned.