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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by RossoA, Oct 27, 2007.
The clocks just went back an hour...
That means a longer wait for my phone!
Not in the USA. We're treated to one more week of daylight savings, courtesy of the US Congress.
The last minute change played hell with computer programs we had. Made Y2K look like nothing (which it was).
Hang in there, it's not too long now, only 12 days, 12 hours and 55 minutes!
Other countries change their clocks? I thought it was just a few including the US.
No sir, we've been doing it for years!
all the countries in yellow use daylight savings.
Pretty neat, I thought everyone did it
No need to if you are near the Equator.
I Learn something new everyday. What's really interesting to me about this image is the Grayed out state on the us map? lol rebels!
Arizona has gone their own way on many things.
Those yellow countries below the equator will be adjusting the time in reverse, won't they? Meaning they will move the clock forward now. I do not understand why that country in South America which is not that far from the equator changes their time when countries below them do not.
FYI: The UTC clock on the iphone's World Clock page is still - as expect - unchanged.
BTW: The subject for this thread is useless. How's about 'daylight savings' instead.