According to several users who express their frustration through Twitter, come New Year 2011 (wherever you are) the iPhone alarm clock malfunction. You may recall a similar error in iOS when DST in action, this is exactly the opposite. This New Year 2011 bug iPhone alarm clock shows its users without recurring alarms.
You may recall that Apple had fixed the daylight savings time error at IOS 4.2.1. But it seems the iPhone alarm error is not limited to Ios 4.2.1 because users are reporting the issue in Ios 4.1 and 4.0.2, and IOS. We are assuming that the problem affects users of iPod Touch. 9to5Mac claims that the issue is resolved after January 3, 2011 and can be avoided by setting the alarm as an alarm to be repeated.
Apple has not said anything about it (since it was reported only), but a solution is reported. Simply set a single alarm as recurring and you wake up in the morning. It is unclear if it is only affecting those with the newer firmware (4.2.1) or if they affect older software, too. Moreover, none of the reports mention whether blog is also affecting the IPAD and iPod Touch, so be careful out there, Ifans.
We just ran some tests and the previous single iPhone alarm clock is set on 3 January. You must follow our steps to avoid the above problem so far. Reader Aaron F. has allowed us to know that the problem is happening in your iPhone 4 IOS 4.1 and (4.0.2 IOS T00). Let us know if you see the problem in somewhat earlier. The question does not seem to be present in Ios 3.x devices.
2010 was a great year for Apple. The Financial Times ended up appointing Steve Jobs, Apple founder and chief executive, the Person of the Year. Hopefully the technicians of the company not held the night before with too much force. Have to go to work early in the morning, as long as he wakes up, what it is. As for the rest of us, here’s a possible New Year’s resolution: to rely less on the iPhone.