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slashrulez

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 25, 2015
13
17
my phone, and by default my AW updated to daylight savings time (or whatever you call it, one hour backwards anyway)

How ever the stand ring on the Apple watch and the activity app on the phone shows the old time ( one hour later) this means if i get up at 12 ( not that i do) i can only get 11 hours standing that day because although the watch is 12:00 the stand ring thinks it's 13:00

Also it has changed the graphics in the activity app, showing 11 instead of 12 and 23 instead of 00..

Any one else have this happen?
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first pictures is before the change, second picture is after..
 

Mlrollin91

macrumors G5
Nov 20, 2008
14,112
10,098
I'm confused. How can the stand ring be off an hour when it's based on the time of your watch? Is your watch off by an hour?
 

slashrulez

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 25, 2015
13
17
I'm confused. How can the stand ring be off an hour when it's based on the time of your watch? Is your watch off by an hour?

That's what is so weird!
My watch is showing the correct time, say 12:00
But standing during the same hour will give me credit for standing between 13:00 and 14:00 instead of between 12:00 and 13:00.
 

joonast

macrumors newbie
Oct 26, 2015
2
0
I have same Daylight(winter time started in finland at sunday) savings time issue with my Apple Watch. Yesterday(Sunday 25.10.2015) standing was every hour one hour ahead. Well that was not big issue until 23:00 o'clock. At that time there was already one standing for that hour and the day should end(standing for 23 as already but there incorrectly at 22:00). When i was standing at 23:00 the activity app started crashing on apple watch and also iPhone. And did not work anymore on Sunday. Now on Monday both apple watch activity and iPhone activity app open ok and mark standing correctly. But on the iPhone activity app if i go to Sunday 25.10.2015 it instantly crashed. Everything else works ok but that Sunday crashes the app. So quite annoying little bug.

Maybe to much to hope that a Watch would handle winter/summer time transitions correctly :)
 

gsmornot

macrumors 68040
Sep 29, 2014
3,572
3,624
Maybe the Activity app is coded for the US. We don't change times until Nov 1st. Your app might update then??
 

perspexorange

macrumors member
Jan 8, 2012
38
7
I've also got the issue with the Activity app crashing immediately after selecting yesterday's date (25/10/15).

It doesn't crash on any other date. Has got to be related to the clicks going back.
 
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