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Latest iOS 7 Bug May Be The Sequel To The 'Daylight Savings Time' Bug

BEIJING, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 20: A customer inspects the new iPhone at the Wangfujing flagship store on September 20, 2013 in B
BEIJING, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 20: A customer inspects the new iPhone at the Wangfujing flagship store on September 20, 2013 in Beijing, China. Apple launched the new iPhone 5C model that will run iOS 7 is made from hard-coated polycarbonate and comes in various colors and the iPhone 5S that features fingerprint recognition security. (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

Remember the great iPhone alarm-clock breakdown of 2010, caused by Daylight Savings Time? Your boss probably does, because you were likely an hour late to work that day.

Well, anyone who uses their iPhone as an alarm clock, beware. The Daylight Savings Time bug of 2010 may have returned.

Since Daylight Savings Time ended in Europe on Sunday, European iOS 7 users have been dealing with errors in their iPhone and iPad calendar apps, AppleInsider reports. The "current time" line in the calendar apps is an hour ahead. Thankfully, though, nobody is reporting errors in their alarm clocks.

Apple did not respond to a request for comment.

In 2010, a bug in iOS 4 messed up iPhones' alarms around the world when Daylight Savings Time ended, and people lost their minds.

Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday, Nov. 3 in the U.S., so get your alternate alarm clocks and calendars ready, just in case.

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