Daylight Savings Time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov 3 in the United States. At this time clocks go back one hour to 1 a.m. Apple's iOS 7 may have a bug with this though, according to an Oct 27 report in Apple Insider.
Daylight Savings Time has just ended in several European countries, like France and the United Kingdom. Apple discussion boards have mentioned that iOS 7 seems to be handling the time change incorrectly—on both the iPhone and iPad—but the bug may reside with the carriers and not iOS 7. This is because some iPhone and iPad users with different carriers report that their iPhone or iPad correctly adjusted to Daylight Savings Time.
Some iPhone users report that their iPhone updated to Daylight Savings Time correctly, but there's a bug in the Calendar app that still indicates the old time in the “current time” line in Day view.
This bug doesn't seem to be affecting calendar events or scheduled alarms however, and they have both seem to have adjusted correctly to Daylight Savings Time .
Time Zones continue to be a challenge for Apple's iOS. Daylight Savings Time bugs have appeared on the iPhone in 2012 and 2010. Both times the alarm didn't properly adjust to Daylight Savings Time causing some in Asia to get up early and others in Europe and North America to oversleep and miss work. Both times Apple distributed a software update fix.
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