Daylight Savings Time 2011, iOS 5 alarm problems
It is that time of year again; there are fears that “Daylight Savings Time 2011” could cause a few iOS 5 alarm problems. The two dates to keep noted are October 30, 2011 and November 6th.
The two dates given above coincides with Daylight Savings ends in the UK and US respectively for another year, we have reported on three separate occasions about iPhone alarm problems, read each (Article 1, 2 and 3)
Product-Reviews hits on a few interesting things, iPhone’s that were running iOS 4.2 had problems with alarm clocks, hopefully this does not happen within iOS 5.
If we set our minds back last year, thousands of iPhone users woke up late because their alarms did not sound off; his was down to the alarm going off one-hour later than set. The new iOS 5 is a much better platform it seems to be solid now, so the question we need answering is “Has Apple sorted out the yearly Daylight Savings Time 2011 alarm problem?”
Other Apple Problems: iPhone 4S has a very bad battery life, and is having issues with over-heating, please read our full article on this here.
There are a couple more weeks to go for DST; hopefully iOS 5 users will not suffer the alarm problem. We will keep you posted on this, keep coming back to us for updates.