A software glitch in the iPhone alarm has caused (some) global citizens to either under or oversleep by an hour. At least that's Leila Makki's excuse.
Across Europe the clocks were pushed back an hour after daylight saving time ended this weekend. Those with an iPhone (myself included) would have awoken on Sunday with the new time automatically updated on their phone.
But a software bug - first reported in Australia and New Zealand - affected the alarm function, reverting the phone to its previous time.
The problem was acknowledged by Apple when the clocks changed at the beginning of October in Australasia, but there has been no updates on any patches so far. A couple options are to manually delete and reset your alarms; don't set repetitive alarms; and make sure you update to the latest iPhone software.
Apple has one last chance to fix the problem before the clocks change in North America this weekend. Tick tock, tick.....
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