9:00 am March 12, 2013, by Theresa Walsh Giarrusso
I think most cell phones are supposed to adjust automatically to time zone changes when you fly and time changes during the year.
But for some odd reason all of the appointments listed on my Google calendar on my Samsung phone were switched to an hour earlier even though my time didn’t change. (Arizona doesn’t need any more sun so they don’t do Daylight Saving Time.)
I was sitting on the couch Monday morning puzzling over which time Walsh’s doctor’s appointment actually was when my babysitter called and her Android phone had done the same thing. She’s said, “Am I supposed to be there at 8:30 or 9:30?”
The time was correct on my phone but the calendar was messed up. The both said Arizona time (who knew that was it’s own category) but I went in and manually changed in the settings on my phone and calendar to hopefully correct it.
Did anybody else have this problem with their Android phones? Did anybody else have this problem with their Google calendars? Did this happen to iPhones?
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