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Daylight Savings Time not changing

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  • Nadine Hengen Calculating status...
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    Mar 28, 2011 3:52 AM (in response to osljrmad)
    Since the clocks switched to summer time, my iPhone 4 (software on 4.3) is stubbornly remaining on winter time. The existing repeat alarm clocks are ringing at the 'right' time, i.e. the time the device indicates, unfortunately that time is one hour late as of Sunday 2 AM.

    I was under the impression that at some point Sunday PM it had corrected itself, but this morning it was either still wrong, or back to being wrong, and I was late for work. I've tried multiple reboot, sync, turning off 3G and Wifi, reset of Network settings, leaving it on manual time setting for 10 min, so far without success.

    I was off the cell network while the date change happened, as I have no reception from my network at my home. I have no idea if this may have caused the problem in the first place, but suffice to say: it is extremely annoying.

    Message was edited by: Nadine Hengen
    iPhone, iOS 4, iOS 4.3 (Time Zone Luxembourg, previously Paris)
  • WifeyM Calculating status...
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    Mar 12, 2012 12:36 PM (in response to ekcwmi)

    I have the iPhone 4S and my carrier is AT&T. My phone DID NOT change automatically but my husbands phone did. I was an hour late to work (because I relied on my "smartphone"!)

    My phone finally change automatically at 0725.....Very discouraging!

  • glenw1 Calculating status...
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    Mar 12, 2012 3:23 PM (in response to ekcwmi)

    I had the same problem with my iPhone 4S.  I trusted the time on the phone and set my bedroom clock to the same time only to find out in the morning, Monday, that my wife and I were running late getting to work. I had to take the phone off automatic change and put it on manual to get the correct time. Later in the morning my phone received a software update. Watched it go through the software update and restart after which time I put it back on automatic and behold the phone had the correct time on it after I put it on automatic. It was odd that my wife's phone did not have the same problem as mine. We purchased both phone's at the same time. The only thing that I could deduce from this would be that there was a batch of phones that did not get the updated software package when they we made and now that the software update has been delivered we should not have any additional problems that pertain to daylight savings time!

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