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    Apples time servers

    Both my iPad and iPhone are (were) set to set the time automatically. I noticed over the last few days that they have both been consistently running about 5 minutes fast. Does anybody know is Apple are having problems with their time servers?

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    No problems here. Right on with the Naval Observatory time sync.
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    Yes, I've noticed similar on my iDevices. I use four daily and they're all set to auto-time, but they're all a minute or two apart. That's been the case for a long time. Goofy, but I've not sweated it.

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    I minute or so I don't mind. 5 minutes I do.

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    I have noticed that each devise has it's own internal clock .so I can send an email and it is received before it was sent ??? True
    Thought my wi if was delaying mail .but this is the out come after much experimenting.
    I phones computers iPads all have there own time clock.so if one is set 4 minutes earlier than another the times messages are sent and received are all over the place?
    Greetings from paradise,on my iPad

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    Nope! My iPad is 5 seconds slower than the London Greenwich Mean Time. Although I have to say it was synchronised when it was updated with IOS5.

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