iPhone Alarm Bug Fails to Resolve Itself
Jan 3, 2011, 12:29 PM by Eric M. Zeman
A glitch in the iPhone software that started on January 1, 2011, prevents non-repeating alarms from functioning properly. The alarms fail to go off. In an email sent to Engadget, Apple said, "We're aware of an issue related to non repeating alarms set for January 1 or 2. Customers can set recurring alarms for those dates and all alarms will work properly beginning January 3." The problem had not been resolved as of January 3, however, and users across the internet have indicated that their iPhone alarms still aren't functioning. Apple hasn't said if or when a fix for the problem will be offered.
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No one brought up anything anti-Apple, since you were the first to post on this article. But, since you're bringing it up, there's a much larger security issue that Apple needs to correct. Take you password protected iPhone...
curios. what version are you on?
Haha the guy who thinks Android is a failure, I like to hear what he has to say to defend another iphailure.
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the alarm on his iPhone didn't ring.