You'd think Apple would've fixed the daylight saving alarm clock failure after Australian and Kiwi iPhone owners overslept by an hour last month. Europeans are facing similar wrath from their employers today, with the bug occurring on existing alarm settings.
The way to get around the issue (until Apple fixes it, that is), is to either create a new alarm or edit the existing one so it goes off an hour earlier. So if you normally have it set for 7.30am, reset it for 6.30am.
I wonder how many users of other phones have stolen the iPhone bug excuse as an explanation for a good old-fashioned Halloween hangover? [via countless late Twitter users]