Click the image to open in full size.  Daylight Savings Time has struck again. On Sunday, many iPhone users started complaining about their iDevice botching the time change. Rather than pushing the iPhone clock one-hour forward, a lot of iPhones went the other direction – that is, setting clocks back an hour instead. By Sunday morning there was a large but unknown number of iPhone users two hours behind schedule according to mobile device. Although this isn’t the first time that a seasonal time change has befuddled the iPhone (on New Year’s day there were alarm-related issues, just as there were at the end of daylight savings time last November), today was the first time the issue actually trended with some gusto on Twitter. On Sunday morning it seemed everyone was full of complaints about the unexplained two-hour mix-up. Of course, many iPhone owners have been through this situation before. And they’re well aware of the easy fix. If your iPhone’s clock was somehow mistakenly set back, simply shut down the device and then restart it. Switching the iPhone to ?airplane mode? and then back will also do the trick.
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