2087 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Aug 20, 2007 4:54 PM by Brian Tesoro
On your computer go into date and time Properties and click on the Time Zone Tab. At the bottom of the screen make sure that the this option, (Automatically Adjust Clock for Daylight Saving Changes.) is checked.
If this option was not checked, make the change reboot computer and then re-sync phone.
Lets see how that works for you?
But don't you want the date/time to change automatically? I mean, if you were to take a trip to a different time zone, don't you want the clock to automatically tell you what the correct time is in the current time zone rather than what time it is at home?
What would the point of having "Set Automatically" available be if we have to keep it turned off?
Sounds like a bug to me...
Now that I see this post, I think it's directly related to my calendar appointment time problem that I just posted. I saw the time stamp on something (don't remember if it was email or something else) was messed up on my iPhone after traveling and rebooting the iPhone fixed it. However, yesterday I found that all my appointments in the calendar were off by 5 hours. And here you post that yours were off by 4 hours too.
Everybody who's been traveling should check your calendar and see if your appointments are still correct.
Message was edited by: k2tha-izzo
Technically yes you do. So I see your point that it could be a bug. The weird thing is that when I set the Date & Time to Automatic, it does display the correct date and time. It just messes up when it time stamps.
The calendar issue can be solved by setting the Time Zone Support "On" and finding the closest city in your time zone under Date & Time>Calendar.
I've submitted a bug report to Apple. Hopefully they have a fix for this.