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iOS 7 Affected with A New Daylight Saving Bug

A new issue has arrived for Apple’s latest mobile operating system. This time, it is the Daylight Saving Bug.

Oct 28 2013, 1:47am CDT | by

iOS 7 Affected with A New Daylight Saving Bug
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According to Apple Insider, the users of iOS 7 notice a new bug which makes a swap to the daylight saving time and causes error to the display of the mobile operating system’s calendar app.

The users inform that the line which expresses the current time has been dislocated by one hour in the calendar app. However, the bug is not found to affect the scheduled calendar events or alarms.

This is not the first that an Apple operating system is being affected by a bug related to time.  Back in 2010, the iOS 4 was detected with an issue for which the daytime schedule was unable to shift appropriately after the end of Daylight Savings Time. The European iOS users suffer the most due to the issue as many of them missed their appointments. The bug also causes them to wake up late for work, whereas the Australian users got up too early.

Nonetheless, Apple is expected to solve the issue by releasing a software update very soon.  

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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