Apple has done it again! iPhone users having alarms set for January 1st or 2nd will get to sleep more, as these alarms won’t go off. At all. The cause is a software glitch in the Clock application, a glitch that many users have reported in the last two days. Apple has confirmed the error through a spokesperson for Macworld and has advised users to set recurring alarms for January 1 and 2, and things will go back to normal on January 3.
The interesting thing is that it’s not the first time something like this happens. On November 1, alarms on iPhones went off one hour late. That time, the cause was that the phone failed to adjust to daylight savings time changes.
As we told you a few days ago, there is also good news for iPhone users. Skype video calls on the iPhone are now available!