About a year ago we got reports that people who used their iPhone as their alarm overslept for work because their alarms didn't adjust for daylight savings. Then we heard the same reports when the clocks were moved again. Alarms were going off at random times. And today, we again are hearing the same stories about people being late for work because the iPhone can't figure out daylight savings. You would think that people who use their iPhones as an alarm clock would have figured out the glitch by now and have a backup plan. Or perhaps they figured that to folks over at Apple, who clearly are aware of the bug would have sorting things out inside of a calendar year. It's not just that the iPhone failed to set their clocks forward an hour. They actually set their clocks backwards an hour, putting the Apple Army two hours behind the rest of the world. Between various apps and cell phone accessories, the iPhone can replace quite a few household items. Unless you're like my roommate, who never seems to have to wake up at any specific time, I wouldn't recommend using it as an alarm clock – even if it does work for 363 days out of the year.

Posted by David Yi, Social Media and SEO Assistant at Wireless Emporium