iPhone owners in the US fell victim to the iPhone clock bug earlier in the year, with iPhone clocks going back by one hour, instead of going forward by one hour as they should have done for Daylight Savings Time.
In the UK last weekend, similar issues occurred. According to a report by the BBC users found their alarm coming ‘one hour late, one hour early or not at all.’
The problem, said the BBC ‘related to the clocks going forward for British Summer Time, does not appear to have affected everyone.’
“Daylight Savings is managed via OS X or in iOS. We recommend customers update to the latest release via software update on their Mac or iTunes on their iOS device,” an Apple spokesperson told Australian Macworld.
However, the company has yet to comment on what is causing the glitch, despite promises to fix the clock bug in previous incidents in the US last year and New Year’s Eve.