Yesterday was the Daylight Savings Time in the United States, Canada and some other countries around the world. Apple was previously known to have issues with new iOS versions when such moments occur. According to the CultofMac publication, there have been plenty of bugs come up in iOS after the switch to Daylight Savings Time in 2010, 2011, and 2012. In 2013, there was a similar problem which was dubbed the New Yearâ€™s Bug. And, as it turns out, 2014 is no exception either as iOS 7 too contains a Daylight Savings Time bug:
During the Daylight Savings Time switch day, any wrong information might confuse users and make them potentially miss an important meeting or arrive late a certain place. And considering that iOS 7 is touted as a completed revamp of Appleâ€™s mobile iOS, shouldnâ€™t it be able to take care of such a minor bug?
Of course, this is no major problem to get angry about and one that will eventually get fixed with the next upgrade, but when it comes to Apple products and services, customers are used to be getting the best of the best. What about yourself â€“ are you also experiencing this bug?