Users report iOS 7 calendar app is incorrect for daylight saving time

Apple’s trouble with daylight savings time appears to be popping up again. According to AppleInsider, a number of iOS 7 users whose clocks turned back an hour overnight are seeing the time displayed incorrectly inside of the iPhone’s built-in calendar app. While looking at the calendar’s day view, the bar representing what time it is will appear in the appropriate position, but it’ll reportedly display a time that’s one hour behind. The issue apparently hasn’t come up elsewhere in the system, and it isn’t stopping alarms or calendar events from sounding at their scheduled times.

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Though this bug isn’t the most consequential issue that Apple has had with clock changes, the company has had a bad history with them. In 2010, an iOS 4 bug…

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