|Mar 1, 2012, 10:46 AM||#1|
My Calendar App Icon Still Shows Leap Day, Wednesday 29
My Calendar App icon is still showing "Wednesday 29" instead of "Thursday 1". This happen to anyone else? If I open Calendar, the phone knows that it's March 1st. Strange.
|Mar 1, 2012, 11:29 AM||#4|
I have run into this issue before. A soft reset(hold the power and home button together until you see the Apple logo) should fix it. Make sure you kill it from the multitasking bar too.
4GB 2nd Gen iPod Nano, 30GB 5th Gen 'Video' iPod Classic, 16GB iPhone 3GS, White 16GB iPhone 4, 16GB iPhone 5, 32GB 1st Gen iPad WiFi, 16GB 2nd Gen Nexus 7, 16GB iPhone 6 Plus
|Mar 1, 2012, 11:50 AM||#6|
I've had it stick on a day, i think it was this past january it got stuck on jan 30th when it was the 31st. I was so confused lol
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