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    Default world clock bug

    Just to share information:
    on my 1.1.2 BL 4.6 iPhone the World Clock seems to have a new years bug, since local time in Wellington, NZ stays at 07/12/31 although it's already new year down under. we will see, how the rest of the world develops.
    This might be a reason for an new Fimware to come out today, because all world clocks will stay in 2007 (wild guess ). nevertheless happy new year everybody



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    1.1.1 BL 3.9

    same situation
    Last edited by shannon9; 12-31-2007 at 02:25 PM.
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    OTB 1.1.2 4.6 BL, in America, same situation.

    Oops

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    Says 07/12/31 to me too (4.6, otb 1.1.2)
    Last edited by Jim Danner; 12-31-2007 at 04:07 PM.
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    Same situation in Belgium :-/


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    Hehe..Just wanted to open a new thread on this - and did a search before.

    Heres a screenshot from germany, maybe everything is gonna be right if the new year begins here, too.


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    if you set your timezone as a city currently in the new year, then the date there is shown as 'today'
    but everywhere thats still in 2007 it says the date as 08/01/01... how odd!
    Last edited by pgilder; 12-31-2007 at 04:36 PM.
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    I´m guessing there´s alot of Apple engineer´s working overtime at Cupertino right now...

    There should be!

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    What a bad begin for 2008

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatMax View Post
    I´m guessing there´s alot of Apple engineer´s working overtime at Cupertino right now...

    There should be!
    Actually I think there's nothing to do now, It's gonna be solved in next fw release if they get to know this before the unannounced update, so there's no need to be working around the clock for this, don't be sad Fredint0sh.

    Last edited by SaCH; 01-01-2008 at 12:00 AM.


 

 
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