I read with some amusement today that, according to AppleInsider, a still-unfixed bug with Apple's iPhone caused alarms in Europe to go off an hour late Monday as the continent switched from daylight saving time, but the phones’ alarms did not.

The same bug affected iPhone users in Australia and New Zealand in September, causing their alarms to go off an hour early in the southern hemisphere, the source said. In North America, the switch from daylight saving time occurs later this week. Clocks will be rolled back on Sunday, Nov. 7, and if Apple doesn't issue a fix, the glitch will likely affect users here as well.

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